I don't normally think about the beauty of flowering herbs or vegetables, but if there's anything that my fellow photographers have taught me, it's that beauty is all around us.
These chive blossoms are such an unusual colour - they stand out among the greens in the vegetable garden. These are probably the last of the blue flowers until the chicory blooms n August.
If you have chives, pluck the blossoms and put them in a jar of white vinegar for a week or two. You'll end up with a gently scented vinegar that has just a touch of purple colour. Strain the flowers out before it gets too strong. Merci beaucoup, Hélène!
Nearly home - Today's route was always going to be an 'on the day' decision, with Victoria enduring it's second cold snap and snow forecast. Taking a punt on clear sky, ...
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