Archive for April, 2009

right from the entrance

and throughout


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I didn’t take too many. Fortunately, Shell Sheddy who now has a photography exhibit at Tompkins Square Library took some more


.Some played music

while others worked


and what’s a garden party without Ally?

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April in the garden

Last week, on a warm day in the 60’s I became impatient and moved some of my seedlings outside. There were several nights with temperatures in the 30s and some cool days too, but the cold frame did its job

nicely. Somehow, the humidity from the rain makes its way in as well – so, no need to water

I’ll gradually move there everything.

In our plot, the tulips are coming

On the roof, the wild strawberries are in full bloom – miraculously

and here’s the raspberry that I kept fotographing last year with only 3 leaves

the one of the left which used to look like this when revived

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OK, it’s still mostly in UK, but people here become more aware, See this entry at the Widdershins

looking up protests. I came across this article in the UK Telegraph. It is subversive, anarchist and illegal, yet hoards of middle class brits are taking part.

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We had a beautiful day for it

but most kids being on vacation


grown-ups ended up doing the hunting

a great time was had by all

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Seeds are growing

Gogosar, tomatoes, moon flower, nepetella – everything is coming along nicely.

Eggplants – not so much.

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