Plot View



I'll also be posting views of the allotment this year, alternating between this view from the bottom of the plot and one from the top. This will be a companion to the Garden View and I'll probably post the 2 pictures together.

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  1. I'm planning on doing the same with mine. So far it's been a knee high jungle and a bare,brown patch. It'll be nice to see some colour!

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  2. Time-lapse allotment, what a fabulous idea. I wonder if I have the dedication to do that myself because it would be really interesting to see how the plot develops through the year.

    Simon

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  3. Thanks for the compliments everyone. I've just realised that taking a regular photograph will give me an extra incentive to keep all those weeds down :0

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  4. I've just realised that a special milestone has been reached - this is my hundredth post. Hurrah!

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  5. PS Wanna see mine? http://www.flickr.com/photos/turquoise_lisa/2189480620/
    Significantly less tidy ;)

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  6. Lisa - I loved your photo! My untidy bit's in the middle, which doesn't show up that well in this end on photo. The fire area (more like weed dumping area) is a particularly untidy part of the patch!

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