Thursday, 28 February 2013

goodbye february ......

my garden moodboard for february ...
 
spring is awakening ...  and many of the plants in our garden are unfurling themselves from a deep, dark sleep ...
 
little buds bringing the promise of beautiful green foliage and wondrous blooms ...
 
 february's moodboard is sparser than i expected but full of promise ... the last remaining berries are all but gone, but the trees and hedges are budding and showing the gorgeous pale green of new growth ...
 
and there are even a few tiny blooms to be found ... pretty snowdrops and catkins are among the few in our garden ...
 
i have loved searching in the garden for new growth, collecting and photographing the changes in nature these past two months ... thank you Caroline for the inspiration ... x

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my january moodboard is here if you fancy a look ...
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23 comments

  1. Lovely! Clean green and full of new life! I think things will look quite different by next month - don't you? x

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  2. Super, already looking forward to March

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  3. It's beautiful here today Bee, doors are open, sun is shining.....birds were chirping at 4:30 this morning! :) x

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  4. What a beautiful collage! Yep, spring is definitely on it's way now :-D....

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  5. I REALLY like this idea! I might have to try some nature-collage-photos myself. It looks like so much fun! I could take a 'nature bag' out on walks, like I used to when I was little! :-)
    Carly
    x

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  6. I love Spring and your mood board!

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  7. Your mood board is so beautifully shot. There are lots of new buds, shoots and greenery popping up everywhere and now the birds are singing away. Spring is finally popping by. From your newest follower. Chel

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  8. Hello Spring for you! Hello Autumn for me!
    Beautifully done xx

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  9. This is lovely. We are in our first day of autumn now and im a bit excited... its been a hot summer!

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  11. Love the pictures :)


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  12. I LOVE catkins but couldn't find any in my garden yet! I think it is great to see the changes in the two boards already - each time I wonder what the next one is going to show. Is that a mushroom in the middle? x Jane

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  13. I do love these moodboards - they make me realise how much colour is probably in my garden if I just went and looked.

    Enjoy your weekend, Bee. Gillian x

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  14. I LOVE these moodboards, such a beautiful idea, which you execute so very well. (:

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  15. This is lovely, using nature as a moodboard. I'm so glad we're over the coldest Winter months now, bring on Spring! x

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  16. What a lovely moodboard! I love the way you've laid everything out. Plus it makes me feel spring is on it's way....:) Niki

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  17. Lovely - and how true and wonderful to describe it as 'full of promise'. That's glass-half-full thinking!!

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  18. I love this idea of creating a garden moodboard. As we're pretty much starting our garden from scratch it would be really interesting for me to do to chart how we're progressing with what we put in our garden.

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  19. Missed this. It's lovely ... all those bud-dy bits promising warmer seasons ahead. I've just put my latest mood board up too, it's sparser than yours but we have three things in common!

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