By JanetMayes


Hazels self-seed and spring up everywhere in our garden, though we don't eat a lot of the nuts - the squirrels and other wildlife help themselves first. On Wednesday, after a wet start, I went outside before lunch to photograph raindrops on leaves, but preferred my hazelnut and catkin photos, loving the emergence of new life between and against the shrivelling leaves.

It was a good day for produce too: I picked more cauliflowers and kale, and P dug quite a lot of potatoes. The ground is still horribly wet, but they need to be harvested while they are still worth digging.   

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