Its been a sultry week here in London. Moisture has been heavy in the air, reluctant to fall, forming a dull haze over the Thames valley. Reluctantly this afternoon a white sky found the energy to form a thin drizzle. In the garden every leaf and flower is finely beaded with water, deftly poised, waiting for the slightest breeze to dislodge the droplets.
Photographs taken using iPhone 6 in our London garden. From top: Zantedeschia ‘Sumatra’ with leaf of Pontederia cordata and Carex elata ‘Aurea’, Euphorbia mellifera, Abutilon ‘Nabob’, a spider, Zantedeschia ‘Sumatra’, Lilium ‘Scheherezade’, Zantedeschia ‘Siberia’.