Sunday, 21 November 2010

Canvey Delights

This was the morning we were travelling down to Essex so we would be there when Jessie arrived home by taxi after her stroke on the QM2 cruise to America and Canada to see the colourful Fall.
What a filthy morning it was, heavy rain and misty.
After a short time in Southend Hospital - Jessie is now at home with us recovering.



Being up early the next morning, I nipped out into the garden to get a couple of shots after the rain and dew.
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13 comments:

ju-north said...

Absolutely lovely shots from your garden!

oldmanlincolnsblog said...

Nice photographs. I like the leaf drip. Neat. Also like the black hole on the top. Neat stuff.

lynnwiles said...

A friend had a stroke on a cruise ship?? Poor dear.

Gattina said...

So I am not alone ! We had the same weather yesterday, I couldn't even see my neighbor's house !
The cobweb is gorgeous !

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I hate to drive in the rain and fog ---but I love to see photos taken during or just after the rain... Love the cobweb... Beautiful!!!!!

I'll keep Jessie in my prayers.
Betsy

Laura ~Peach~ said...

lovely pics glad jesse is home and ok :)

Teacher's Pet said...

Continued prayers and warmest wishes for Jessie as she recovers.
Your photos are beautiful...the rain gave way to raindrops...and the raindrops adorned nature in such a lovely way. You photograph all aspects of nature in a splendid way. Take care, my friend.
Hugs,
Jackie

Gailsman said...

You were lucky to get suitable weather for taking photos of your garden. We've not had any sunlight for days

joey said...

Healing thoughts ... stunning photos (I love the spiderweb)!

Marka said...

I really like the spiderweb.

Rick said...

Beauty shots mac ! You turned a lemon day into lemonade ;-)

Hope Jessie makes a full recovery with no lasting effects.

Lew said...

Your water shots are always marvelous! I hope Jessie is well on her way to a full recovery.

George said...

I really like your photo of the raindrops on the spider web. I hope Jessie is doing well in her recovery.