Imagine there's no countries
It isn't hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace

Mittwoch, 19. August 2009

✿✿ Heather is Blooming ✿✿

Mid of August and Heather is in full bloom here; isn't it lovely!? ✿✿ We have a large ancient site here with Bronce Age Barrows (see photo above). The Birches are held small, so the Heather can expand. This year is rich in colours and fruits: in all the years I lived here in the country area I have not seen so many and so huge sloe (blackthorne). Infortunately, as far as I know, they can be used only for making liqueur...I once had a friend who made fabulous liqueur out of them. But sloe needs quite strong frost before they are tasty and can be harvested; alternative they can be in the deepfreezer for some time, but this is not the same as natural frost....✿✿
See more pix at Google Earth: www.panoramio.com/user/2618108
These buttons are my personal harvest of the day: I love those vintage pressed glass buttons.
They are sometimes hard to get. These are not old and are in shrill colours, but still I like them. Colours are quite moderate on this pic - they are definitely shrill....

Kommentare:

Pilzchen und Pünktchen hat gesagt…

Huhu, nein habe ich nicht gesehen...aber darüber haben wir ja Vorgestern schon gesprochen...Dir auch einen schönen Abend!LG Imke

Dog Hair in my Coffee hat gesagt…

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I really enjoy your posts, and have been by before, just haven't commented. Enjoy the colors - both of the heather, and the buttons! I love both.
Have a good day.

Laurie (aka Coffeedog, or CD)
www.doghairinmycoffee.blogspot.com

Tanja hat gesagt…

Tak, for at klikke paa mig ;) It´s just nice to see a completly other kind of blog and it seems quite interesting that your at home in different countrys ;) I like that;)Going to visit you from now on ;) Lovely Weekend, Tanja