You can make patterns from anything with a little imagination. I found these flower patterns on the allotment fence yesterday, I assume that most of you will know what it’s made from.
Leya has created this weeks Lens-Artist Photo Challenge and you’re welcome to join in.
Jude’s photo of oats earlier today reminded me of the seed heads I collected a couple of weeks ago, in the fields. I’d gone out without even a phone to take photos, so I took some home, planning to post them here, so that one of you clever people could identify for me.
So I dug them out, looked for a spot to snap, and there was my hat.
Aren’t they pretty? but I still don’t know what they are!
Six Word Saturday
The new Dawlish Countryside Park
Join Debbie for Six Word Saturday
Why someone would do this anywhere, and in a children’s play area?
I can only assume a bunch of teenagers thought it would be fun to sit around a fire, created on grass that had had barely any rain in 10 weeks.
Thanks to Devon Fire and Rescue for preventing disaster.
Well if I’ve seen wisteria flowering in July, I haven’t seen it purple! The house down the road from me has a lovely big plant that’s probably been there for many years. I’ve posted photos of it before, but not looking like this.
Yes, a second flush in a much richer purple!
Which was covered in wisteria a few weeks ago.
Taken through a window on a stair well, so please forgive the glare.
Day 26 of Becky’s June square roof challenge, and she has a dragon for us.