Plants and Photobombs

As Tuesday was such a lovely sunny day, yesterday, my parents and I decided to spend the day at Birmingham Botanical gardens. Unfortunately  it turns out the sun can only come out for one day a week, and it was pretty cold. Not being one for the appreciation of plants, I took my camera along in the hope that it would add some excitement to the hours of looking at flowerbeds.

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My dear father does enjoy attempting to photobomb every one of my pictures. And he does it very well.

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He does have the ability to take moderately nice photos too …

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In true British style, it soon started to rain, and continued to do so for three hours.

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Who knew that about Liquorice?

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Who can resist climbing into small spaces?

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These plants were kept in alarmed cages. Apparently they’re very valuable – and adorable.

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3 thoughts on “Plants and Photobombs

  1. aw, I love going to the garden centre near me just to go and talk to the parrots! (Okay, now I’ve written that, I realise how sad it sounds. It’s not sad, it’s cool. I promise.)

    KatieJane
    xxx

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