Stunning photos, Jem. Have a brilliant weekend. xx
Inspiring photos. So much so that I'm off to have a cup of tea!!! Hope you have a tea/nature filled weekend! Nadya
your photos are always very literary. WHich probably sounds a bit bonkers, but you can tell you havea heart of a writer with the images you capture and share.love the turning leaves and rusty fencing!x
Awww love these photos, they reflect this season so much. Cheeky crocs though ;o) Scarlett x
I love wrought iron it's so lovely. Your fruity crocodiles cracked me up :)Karlene
Gorgeous photos as usual! very vivid and artistic! are those gummy bears are already there or you put them? hehe oooh the tea and the chestnuts..yumm! i failed saying creepers climbing crumbling walls at first try , i twisted my tounge hehe...love theee aged fencing!xx susan
Gorgeous photos, hun! Loving the gummy bear picture! xo
Oooh! I love your photos the fence is just gorgeous, have a wonderful weekend Jem :)Bee happy xHave a delicious day!
Mmm lovely pictures!
Just beautiful Jem, I love your picture of the leaves against the blue/grey stones. Stunning. Thanks for joining in, I always love seeing what you've picked. Em xx
Lovely. The fence and the leaves are my faves x
Ahh, so glad I sat to look at this with tea in hand, I'm so tired but I'd have to make one after seeing your industrial strength brew (just how I like mine).These pictures are haunting, creepy almost, yet serene and beautifully charming.Whoever arranged those sweeties has a sense of humour!Have a lovely weekend,Lucy x
Really atmospheric again, I love your pics x
Lovely photo's! I agree, it's always nice to have a good cup of tea in mis-matched vintage china.Those cheeky lil gummy crocodiles! I bought some gummy sour worms today, I am going to have to keep an eye on them, make sure they stay out of mischief :P
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