Square September: Pink

Becky’s September square photo challenge Day 22!  She would like us to share photos which embrace ‘pink’ –  there could be pink in the photo, the subject or photographer could be ‘tickled pink’*, or indeed looking ‘in the pink’*.  A photo that manages to do all three things is the ultimate offering.

William Morris Wallpaper

*in the pink’ means in perfect condition, or in good health, and ‘tickled pink’ means delighted.

September Squares | Pink

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

30 thoughts on “Square September: Pink”

        1. Yup! We want to move west; quieter, cleaner air, walks on doorstep and a view. Plus an opportunity to release some capital and escape our dreadful neighbours!

        2. Oh dear. Did you complain about the extension? I need to speak to my neighbour about a balcony she installed a couple of years ago whilst we were away. Looks directly into my bedroom!

        3. oh no!! That’s awful . . . . . .

          The weird thing is we haven’t complained about it. We have had to speak to their builders about digging up our drive, scaffolding falling onto our drive, rubble falling onto the car and other problems, but not once have we complained about their project itself. We would have spoken to them about it but they told us via email to speak to the builders.

          Three years ago their project was delayed by the party wall agreement because their builder didn’t set out the details of how they were going to avoid our garage falling down or the other neighbours, and so their surveyor couldn’t complete the paperwork. For some reason though they blamed us and the other neighbours for that, which we have still not figured out.

          They have never once apologised for the disruption to our lives, not even a cheap bottle of wine and yet it is them not talking to us. Wish I knew what we had done!!

        4. I wouldn’t waste any more time thinking about them, seems to me you have done nothing wrong at all. Either they feel too guilty to talk to you or are not worth bothering about. Sounds like it has been a complete nightmare!

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