My son's garden is certainly different.
From the initial planting in 2000 he has let it run wild apart from occasionally mowing the grass.
He is single and loves to travel several times a year.
It works for him and the wildlife.
Photos a little hazy as passed along 2 mobiles, my i-pad and my computer!
I did take some lovely spring photos myself last year on my i-pad but of course lost them when i-pad was wiped.
Even the back of his house is covered in ivy.
I was counting up the countries he has visited in the last 6 years - quite an achievement.
He goes to see animals, scenery, architecture and the local culture.
He has thousands of photographs and maybe sometime I could start a series of posting some if not too daunting.
He has given me permission to do this.
He began his journeying on an African Safari, and the following year climbed Mount Kilimanjaro (19,340 feet).
He likes to go off the beaten track rather than the popular tourist places.
From that time he has visited Ethiopia, Namibia, Borneo, Bangladesh, Peru, India, Laos, Cambodia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Botswana & Zambia.
He has just returned from climbing Mount Toubkal in Morocco and next week is off to Brazil for the third time to visit friends.
So sometime I would like to share some of his magnificent photos, his hobby being photography. Quite daunting as there are thousands.