Weather has broken and we're back to more normal temperatures, and you can visibly see some plants in the garden relaxing. My species fuchsia were not faring well, as they like damper conditions than we've experienced this summer. I love the pale pink flowered one, the flowers look rows of tiny girls in tutus, but this summer there's hardly a flower to be seen. Meanwhile the plants that like hot, dry conditions are romping away, like the cotton lavender. Fig tree also has a bumper crop on it and the steak tomatoes are huge, and the old heritage varieties have grown some really ugly fruit that look a bit like baboons bottoms with piles,:)!!
My pix have passed the colour test with the new calibration, so I need to interpolate them, essentially blow up the file size, keyword them, burn them to CD and post them off to the plant library. I really hate every one of these processes, especially the interpolation as it sucks up every bit on RAM on the pc, I really need to get some more. So it's a job I'll tackle by degrees.
Better get going. Washing is getting soaked, so nice to write that!;)