For quite some time now when out on my daily perambles I have taken photos of things I see on the ground. Here are just a few of August’s pictures. Some of these items I pick up and can be useful in my art work. 1. Straws around a rusty old scaffolding pole (a nice image on it’s own.) 2. A bank pen and ring pull. This pen works and the ring pulls are used to act as masks when dying papers and fabrics. They also make good hanging devices for small textiles. 3. More of no 2 found on the same day.
Baby Black Headed gull had flown the nest on our roof top and was dicing with death on the road.
I was so pleased when he found his way to safety back on the roof.
I have been reliably informed that our gulls are NOT black headed gulls but herring gulls. Sorry I mislead everyone.
A post from bikerchick prompted two photos.
Holly cat had just woken up and I looked closely at her beautiful whiskers in the second shot.
For my stitching friends you can see a beautiful whole cloth quilt situated on my bright red bed.
She was soon persuaded to stretch out and show the beautiful markings on her tummy.
#DAILY POST Photo Challenge
The Earth is a fantastic and wonderfull planet. We are here for such a short time. I would not want for a better time or place to inhabit it. I consider myself to be very lucky.
This photo, which has been my profile picture for quite some time on another social media site, encapsulates this weekend’s prompt of One Love.