Monday, 8 July 2013

We finally have Summer!

Fraserburgh Beach.  One of the cleanest in Great Britain.  Also, for most of the year, the emptiest, apart from seabirds.




 Today, yesterday too, and a few days now, it has been packed. 
 

24 degrees.  Too much for me!

 




Back home its watering pots, hanging baskets, and herb beds.  Not had to do that for a long time.  

Patio doors open, first time since they were installed two years ago!

Andy Murray finally won Wimbledon.

Wow.





 

 And I set up my first solo exhibition.

Walls at home are bare.  But the gardens blooming lovely.  Tis Summer!

4 comments:

BadPenny said...

I leave the beach to the sun worshippers in summer ... Dillon & I head for the cool wooded streams in the village.
Hour delay for day trippers coming home from Bournemouth beach - nightmare in that heat !
It's one of my favourite times of the day - watering my outdoor potted plants & sweet peas & herbs.

Good luck - you paintings look wonderful displayed there.

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

Every good wish that your exhibition is a roaring success Jill.

Too hot for me, it was 28 degrees Celsius here yesterday, anything above about 22 and I start to melt!

christinelaennec said...

You are so talented and prolific, Jill! I hope the show goes well.

Marjorie said...

Congrats. Wish I could see the exhibit. Love your talent.