For the duration of this notice, unless otherwise stated, all images have been trawled from my photographic archives... 2020 was not my most prolific camera year, so have some catching up to do!!!

07 April 2021

TAKE FIFTY ONE h

Welcome to "F" of the alphabetised month!  If you have not seen or heard of the AtoZ challenge, click the logo on the sidebar to find out more! This blog is not about words, but about pictures telling the story. That said, for this month, there will be a few more than usual typed items and occasionally more than the usual one image per post. 

I did mention Flora and Fauna yesterday... but I also want to present you with the Front of the place I called home for twelve years. Until #21a came along, I was renting. This was my Foothold on property ownership. This had been a returned serviceman's cottage on what had originally been orchard land. It was open to the street - so I had the fence and lychgate raised.





12 comments:

  1. Oh, I so love that first shot...it is just so perfect.

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  2. I could live there in a New York minute.

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  3. Hello,

    Love the flowers, lizard and the cute cottage. It looks very welcoming, I could live there too.
    Have a great day and happy week ahead.

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  4. Looks like a great little home, YAM, and with a lizard to keep you company, made all the better!

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  5. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos. The plants are new to me.

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  6. Excellent F's here and I did so enjoy seeing your cottage in Oz!! Ralphie the Reptile is handsome...from afar
    Hugs cecilia

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  7. LOL LOL LOL
    YAM and I thought the nanner and mayo mush was thing from Daddy's youth. Obviously origin was Nigeria not Johnston County (where daddy was born), NC. Too funny.
    Nuttin better than mayo, nanners and white bread.
    Hugs

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  8. i love love love the cottage and the GIANT lizard in the yard and deck. so beautiful. wow...

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  9. You can keep the lizard, but how we love that garden entry!!!

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  10. What a wonderful cottage...that white picket fence really completes it!!

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  11. That's absolutely pretty flower. And a lovely home!

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