Nursery Rhymes

 "I had a little nut tree, Nothing would it bear, But a silver nutmeg, And a golden pear." - traditional nursery rhyme. Well, no nutmeg and no pears but some lovely autumnal foliage at a local plant and tree nursery.

"Round and round the garden, Like a teddy bear" or in this case like a photographer, "One step, Two step" and I have grabbed another photo!

"Lavender's blue, dilly, dilly, Lavender's green" but in this case everything is rapidly turning to shades of yellow, gold and red.

"Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow?" Not a "Cockle shell" nor a "Silver bell" in sight but loads of young deciduous trees with leaves glowing in the morning light.

"Roses are red, Violets are blue", OK so I did't snap any roses but there were a good few colourful shrubs around as well as trees looking very photogenic.

Oh and some berries to round things off. "Round the mulberry bush?" Well not exactly but they are berries and they are purple-ish.

A pleasant walkabout the nursery, camera in hand, in the watery early morning sunshine taking a few casual snaps. Great fun! Now what rhymes with take? Ah yes cake! And coffee, well that doesn't actually rhyme with take but it does go with cake, so there you are then. So after photography comes coffee and cake, yes thats sounds right and post processing of course.