Looking back

I am attempting to sort my photos – it could take some time. As iphoto is no longer supported I am having to go through photos and get rid of those that I will never use and name and file the rest. Annoyingly, the programme that I now have to use does not keep the names on the images so it will take many months. Especially since I keep being sidetracked among the old memories. In 2000 I redesigned the garden in Cambridgeshire and here are some photos of it. I think I learned a lot from the mistakes – mainly to make paths wider than you think they need to be – they were fine in the first year but quickly became too narrow.

Front garden with pond
Back garden with very blue chairs – must have been for a photo shoot I suspect
Back garden with newly sown lawn. The variegated Japanese knotweed was already starting to work on world domination so was removed
Window box with ‘Red Riding Hood’ tulips – a reminder of how good they are
My office with my old Imac and Gizmo, who lived to 23. She was obviously helping with my research!

One Comment on “Looking back”

  1. Paddy Tobin
    October 14, 2020 at 8:35 am #

    My fear is not backing up my photographs onto an external hard drive. I’m inclined to leave it on the long finger.

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