The gardens have seating areas which the owners have designed to catch the sun
throughout the day.
The incredible Pounding, Catch the Sun
and the much-loved There Goes the Fear gave way to a housey electronic outro which featured a film inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey, a brilliantly unexpected way to sign off.
If I Ruled the World, Catch the Sun
and his soulful encore of Gran Torino packed a real, raw emotional punch and served to remind that Cullum is an accomplished musician and writer.
EdITOR's LETTER with Jon perks As you read this I will have just come back from my late summer holiday - which for me not only means the chance to relax, catch the sun
and enjoy some local food and drink, but also to catch up on my reading.
The car park effectively forms a colossal, inclined podium for the dwellings which fan out down the slope to face and catch the sun
Concentrate on the areas of the face that naturally catch the sun
, such as the forehead, temples, nose and chin.
But the race to the beaches to catch the sun
predictably caused chaos on the roads.
If you can but break the pitcher, just once and set me free I would flow into the stream gurgling, gurgling, I'll catch the sun
in a jewelled glitter.
Two espaliered dwarf pears catch the sun
against one wall of the house; along another wall is an 8-foot border with cutting flowers.
One other thing to watch for is of course One other thing to watch for is of course watching the sun go down; unfortunately I never caught it on my camera, but I did catch the sun
rising and this was impressive too
In the afternoon, the best place to catch the sun
is between the Mathildehojen - a tiny hill - and the main entrance at Frederiksberg Runddel.
Apply with a brush to all areas that would normally catch the sun
A couple of years ago we extended the patio into the garden - more places to relax and catch the sun
and less lawn to mow.
It is thought he had been perching on the balcony wall in the resort of Sunny Beach to catch the sun
Dot the product onto the high points of your face, where you first naturally catch the sun
- cheekbones, forehead and bridge of the nose.