As I was about to head off for h.Art I noticed the garden was festooned with cobwebs. The autumnal mist had decorated them with tiny droplets.
I’m so glad I didn’t cut back those lovely Japanese anemone heads.
As the sun peeped through I captured this little beauty. Such a soft pink.
And if you wondered how I can grow pale pink hydrangeas when I’ve already shown how blue they usually grow in my acid-soiled garden, it’s because this one is in a tub.
As is this, reflecting all its glory in a puddle!