A change from wildlife shots today, some shots taken in Lillian's house during my July stay and subjected to a variety of processing techniques (otherwise known as jiggery pokery). The Bouganvillea and that lovely red thingy with the sticky up bit (no rude comments please) whose name I can never remember were taken in her conservatory. The macro studies of the Physalis peruviana (Cape Gooseberry) husk were mostly taken on her very posh kitchen sink with the lovely drainer that provided those lovely subtle diagonal lines and soft reflections. All were taken using natural light.
Anyway, thank you for looking, I hope that you enjoy some of them and I hope that they might make you look anew at the discarded bits of Cape Gooseberries!