The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Amazing colours, Jams.
Thanks Stan and this is as I photographed it. No adjustments at all.
And these remind me of my late gramdmother and her front garden in Shepherd's Bush when I was little. I love their curly tendrils.
Again I'm glad to bring back fond memories SEThanks Nursie. Glad you think so highly of this photo
Well ... not thinking highly of of this photo. It's just good.
Can't please you all the time Sean!
Ha, Jams, glorious misunderstanding. I tried to play with nursemyra's words.However (and I do ask seriously): Is "just good" not good enough?Do "we" always need superlatives when it comes to judge / praise (!!!!) a phrase/word/painting/photograph/post etc,?
Ah now worries Sean! I was playing the tortured artist with the fragile ego!As opposed to the lazy sod with a fragile ego!!
Beautiful photo of one of my favourite flowers.
I love their scent
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