I believe this is some kind of salvia...
From home and garden 2016/17
A mix of green manure plants sown in early October.
What's the name of this plant with tiny berries of an amazing colour?
The glaucous and the variegated
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From Miscellaneous autumn photos 2016
A quick over-the-shoulder shot at Alex Wide during rehearsals for Henry V with London Chamber Orchestra
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My marvellous colleague, Martin Lawrence
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Sunshine in Bergen.
Underneath a road bridge in Bergen.
Houses in Bergen
Another little lake above Bergen.
This photo is upside down.
A little lake above Bergen
This photograph is upside down.
Arrow indicating Bergen's famous four-legged nun.
Shadows, paving slabs, venetian blinds and two half-persons.
A hill run in Bergen, Norway - with camera.
At Victoriaa Station
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London Underground travellers
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Alexander Nurseries tea shop dog,
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A robin at Air Studios.
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Happy bumble bee in the big flowering mock orange (?)
Within the pumpkin patch
A surprise appearance of some kind of poppy.
Compostus heapus binnaeius
Rain on a rose
Under the hollyhock in rain
The first sighting of hollyhock flower shoots.
A choir of digitalis
Yellow iris after many hours of rain
Salvia (sage) flowers in rain
Japanese raddish (mooli) shoots
First signs of pototoes trying to climb out of the ground
Japanese pumpkin - female flower with a promising bulge!
I think this is some kind of oriental poppy but I don't yet know which variety.
Foliage of blue potatoes
I've no idea what this flowering tree is called.
Roses look best in the rain.
Tightly furled rose