2 months ago
Philip Booth 1 month ago
Yes some great effects that make you look again at the photos...
You're Welcome Team 1 month ago
Really cool photos Brendon, thanks for sharing!
Liam Daniels 2 months ago
Great photos Brendon.
Visited one once and love this way of 'gardening'
Brendon O'Donnell 2 months ago
I love this idea we should all be doing it. Fantastic look forward to your updates
Yinka Lawal 2 months ago
"A Forest Garden is a place where nature and people meet halfway, between the canopy of trees and the soil underfoot. It doesn't have to look like a forest -what's important is that natural processes are allowed to *unfold to the benefit of plants ,people and other creatures. The result is an edible ecosystem". (Tomas Remiarz) *Unfold; through the practitioners knowledge of design & 'intuitive' application - its all about merging with what we have set before us carefully observing and 'interfering' in a positive way, where we experience, not separation, but oneness with our creation. A garden vision that we set in motion. It's an invitation for nature to unfold in the best possible way,..to serve up cosmic and earthly production.
Starting January 2018.
Great photo, thanks for sharing!
Molly Sutcliffe 2 months ago
Wow Michelle - this is an amazing song! Does it go along with music to the Ukulele that you are learning? You have a real talent!
And it's starting to work
3 months ago
Brendon O'Donnell 3 months ago
I not sure about that lol but 2 people just paid me money for i couldn't believe it lol
Richard Holmes 3 months ago
I'm thinking an exhibition could be nearing! ;-)
Jess Waterman 3 months ago
I love your photos Brendan, they really are striking with this colour effect. Here's to many more!
Molly Sutcliffe 3 months ago
This is such a special story Brendon - thank you for sharing! I wonder how she can feel she is giving back too? It is obviously really important to her to feel she is helping others, in any small way.
Liam Daniels 3 months ago
What a great story of people coming together in their community.
That brought a tear to my eye. The work you guys are doing is brilliant. Sometimes its just a case of reminding each other of what community its there for.
It was great meeting you at Pitville pump rooms and seeing you in your Donald Duck outfit - you must make the children's day at the hospital! Can you put any of the pictures you showed me on here?
Philip Booth 3 months ago
Great story! Can't wait to see the outfit!!
Such a wonderful personal story. Keep it up :-)