Yes, after the most horrible week of rain and wind today was sunny with blue sky. The dogs were champing at the bit, especially Flora who’s been recovering from her surgery, so their favourite destination, the valley park, was calling.
I don’t think Jo’s posting a walk this Monday, but this is to wish her a Happy Birthday, have a fabulous week lovely girl 🙂
At least this orchid’s looking good.
I haven’t posted squares every day, but I did gather together more than I’ve posted so here are my last four.
I’m sure I’m not alone in looking forward to Becky’s next square challenge, many thanks lovely lady!
At the bottom of West Street in Exeter, this 3 storey merchants house is believed to date back to 1430,
So these wooden lines have been around a while.
Tomorrow is the last day of Becky’s Square lines challenge for October.
I’ve posted this poem here a couple of years ago, but recently Jo Spinks who runs a local community page on FB asked if she could add it to her photo.
I like what she did with it so I’m sharing it again.
Wordless Wordless will resume next week!
I find the history of textiles really interesting,this early carding machine gets the yarn all lined up.
Just today and two more chances to join Becky’s square challenge.
Not the sharpest of images, but I like the colours and the dark, twiggy lines.
Day 27 of 31 of Becky’s Square Lines
Just a week left of Becky’s square lines challenge and I haven’t managed as many as I’d hoped. Luckily she doesn’t mind, all are welcome with that lovely lady. Today mine is a hotch-potch of man made and natural, beside the Exe.
Today Becky has a gallery of square entries to share,so sit back and enjoy.
Amy has a brilliant challenge this week. She has shared photos of Plitvice in Croatia, a place that’s been on my radar for a while. I’d love to see the waterfalls that have inspired Amy’s theme of layers for this weeks Lens Artist challenge.
My pics are from Florence, a glorious city with layers of history and jaw dropping art.
Amy and the team would love to see your interpretation of Layers if you’d like to join in