Yesterday Keith and I drove to Llandeilo, for the little monthly Antiques Fair there. I just took a few photos of a friend's stall, which is always beautifully displayed, and no surprise that this Hydrangea wreath sold straight away.
It was a short walk, less than a mile round, but lovely to see such a different habitat. We are planning another walk today, and I need to try and sort the garden out on the Bank too. Masses of choked Monbretias need thinning out, and Muck Heap needs to go and feed Roses, Soft Fruit and the orchard.
Now that the House Martins have flown South, I am feeding the birds again. In the back garden they are going through fat balls like there's no tomorrow! Lots of Blue and Great Tits, whilst the feeder on the Bank is attracting Robins and Long Tailed Tits. It does me good to see them and try and count the Tit population.
Enjoy your Sunday.