Using the camera certainly makes us see more than we used to.I want to capture more with my camera. Things don't always come out and that is disappointing.FlowerLady
I love sunsets..My first photography...if you will...was taking pictures of sunsets..Thanks for sharing your photo's~~HUGS~~
Wouldn't have noticed what it was in the first photos.Cher Sunray GardensGoldenray Yorkies
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Niki has answered your question:Hi Sissy! Great question.. not necessarily.. It's true that in-ground frames are better insulated against cold, but depending on your zone, you can still enjoy a wide variety of winter veggies. In my upcoming book, we have photos of a gorgeous raised bed cold frame.. Salad greens like spinach, arugula, mache, mizuna, tatsoi, mustard, claytonia, etc would do very well in a raised bed cold frame.Also, with raised beds, you can top them with mini hoop tunnels.. If they're raised beds with wood edging simply attach 1 1/2 inch or 2 inch diameter PVC pipes cut into about 8 inch lengths along the side of your bed every 3 feet. These will hold the ends of the 1/2 inch PVC conduit that will form the hoops. Just slide the ends of the hoops in their 'holders' and top with a clear plastic cover - voila! Hope that helps!! :)NikiI agree that taking photographs really does have a way of focusing your attention on things that you may have previously taken for granted. I find that I notice the sky more and the way sunlight effects the appearance of the landscape.
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