Photographer's Note

Yesterday Pavle suggested us posting photos taken out our windows in these days of Corona virus lockdowns. Some others have already been doing that including Claude and Gert.
So ... here's a photo out of my window last night. Unlike many of you in Europe who live in apartments I am fortunate to live in a stand alone house with a good sized yard in which to grow vegetables and fruit.
I've lightened up the lower part of the photo (making it a little noisy) to show you what's growing at present at the start of autumn in part of the garden.
You might be able to see basil, thyme, runner beans, eggplants (aubergines), capsicums, zucchini, asparagus, broccoli and cauliflower. Against the shed are mandarins, oranges and limes growing on dwarf stock. Against the fence are raspberries (finished for this season). Peas and broad beans have just been sown. We don't have to buy vegetables and not much fruit!
There is lots more veggies not in this view and another 9 fruit trees.
Stay safe.

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