I like this shot because not only do the big leaves of the Nicotiana sylvestris look good under the light, you can also see the silhouette of the plants on the green roof at the end.
This part of the garden has been an object lesson in the benefits of "backdoor gardening" - because these beds are literally outside my back door, I spend lots of time tending them. It's also interesting to compare this picture with one of the same scene from May.
The only minus is that the nicotiana smells of precisely nothing: I even got the other half and his rather more sensitive nostrils to confirm my fears for me.
On the wall you can see the second of my "controversial" mirrors - safe to say this one's just about as unpopular as the other. It breaks up the fence screening, though, doesn't it?
One thing: where's all the delicious night-time nicotiana scent I was promised? Perhaps this little cold snap means the scent isn't wafting as it should. Oh, who cares, they look great and I have a terrible sense of smell anyway.