Wordless Wednesday – Shining a light on messy workplaces … or


Sunrise illuminating the greenhouse. (I’ve never seen this happen before! 😉 )

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Living in the damp middle of nowhere
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19 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Shining a light on messy workplaces … or

  1. shoreacres says:

    Twice a year, the sun catches the windows on a hotel across the lake here, and sets them ‘on fire.’ If you note the date, and set yourself a reminder for six months from now, I’d bet you could catch the same phenomenon — as long as it’s not cloudy!

    • That’s a great idea! I’ve checked for the same the sunrise time on the far side of the year (assuming the same horizon position) and I should be looking out for it in mid December.

  2. Eliza Waters says:

    Ha, nice catch! A sign from God? 😉

  3. Cathy says:

    That’s bizarre – and amazing to have seen it!!

  4. lyart says:

    great glass house – wish I’d room for one 🙂

    • Thanks. You can get really cute, small, glass octagonal glasshouses that might suit, or maybe, for practicality, an elegant, tall, wooden coldframe?

      • lyart says:

        I really only plant in a tiny front garden, which is not my own land (we rent a flat on the outskirts of Berlin) – so no buildings allowed. But so far, all the neighbours at least like all my flowers well enough to let me grow them…

  5. Cathy says:

    Do you have fairies in your garden? 😉 Absolutely magical.

  6. There must have been a nice little opening in the clouds that directed a beam right at your greenhouse. The plants must have been thrilled. 🙂

  7. I immediately thought of Dr Who, did someone steal the Tardis? 😉It’s a lovely illumination.

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