This afternoon, I visited nearby Greenbank Garden, south of Glasgow. This is something of a ‘hidden gem’ offering a combination of solitude and a variety of colours and plants in a walled garden dating back to the late 18th century. Colour contrast is the theme with hot bright reds and oranges compared with soft blues, creams and whites. Certain of the images capture bees at work.

The last of the still images shows the sculpture ‘Foam’ by Charles d’Orville Pilkington Jackson which dates from the 1938 Empire Exhibition.

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