Joining with Kate for the photo hunt, in which the story behind the picture is important too.
The door to the Quilt show, temptation lies this way.
When I was a child we had elevenses, bang on the dot. When I was little that would be a glass of milk, but as an older child expected to help Mum with housework- groan, I was elevated to the status of Coffee, made with half milk and water boiled in the milk pan, and one biscuit, fig roll, bourbon, custard cream, squashed fly biscuit, digestives. Don’t they sound bland? So my picture just had to be elevenses . And elevenses being truly relished. So from the archives.
Little Miss F December 2015 enjoying a warm hot chocolate for her elevenses.
Shadow- I am really not very good at taking pictures of shadows. I did try, honest.
Texture- when I did my creative embroidery course there was a whole section on texture. It’s a word I struggle with, or maybe a concept, that causes me problems. Everything has a texture, even the parched grass in the picture above. We had to produce a study of texture. So here is a bit of what I came up with for the course.
View- I went on a new walk round something in Dalby Forest called Jerry Noddle, so here is the view from Jerry Noddle.
My Own Choice- July was an important month for the family so I have two this month.
Baby J after the christening
and Mr E in the middle having a rummage at the vintage fair, recovering nicely from the radiotherapy.
Hope you enjoyed the selection, not too bad for somehow with heat/weather induced brain mush do you think?