what colorful quirky picture holders! sometimes the long view is just what's needed to get the whole picture...pun intended.
They are fun - from Paperchase. And yes to the long view being helpful sometimes!
I love your thoughtful posts and your painterly eye. No clutter. Sensitive. Intelligent. Colourfully artistic. You are my kind of lady. Thank you for sharing.
Well thank you Cathy Alexander! (What a nice start you have made to my day today.)
I love the card holders too - I've just been looking at Paperchase for some colour/stationery therapy! Your fuchsias are ahead of mine, but I think my first one will be opening today...
I love the liveliness of this one called Chequerboard.
I had a funny thought looking at the postcard similar to the Mondrian dress of Yves St Laurent. Thought you could take the color from each of the bases holding up the postcards and fill in the blanks...of course leaving some blanks white. :) But as always, you display a great juxtaposition of color and texture.
One could have a lot of fun with a Mondrian grid,,,,
I echo Cathy's sentiments! Another lovely post all round. I love clicking on your blog and finding a new post, it always brightens my day xxxx
Thank you so much Penny -you brighten mine with your comments!
Ah, the joy of being connected to the internet again and looking at your post. It seems (in my absence) you have re-mastered the art of shaping your photographs in your own unique style and I am so happy for you.
Ah, the joy that you are back! (I am back with Windows 8. And you?)
Still Windows 10. Hopefully no more 'snakes in the grass'.
It was good for reading though... finished Elisabeth Tova Bailey's The Sound of of Wild Snail Eating, lovely memoir.
I love those little daisies erigeron karvinskianus. They grow effortlessly and prolifically for most people but I have never managed to get them established. I am having one more go with a tiny pot bought from an NGS Open garden. Rather shockingly expensive when I saw how much they had everywhere about the place but maybe they will spread for me this time.
I adore this plant which only overwinters here in gravel under the eaves of the house, but it is easy from my own seed and little tip cuttings so you can soon have lots of it very cheaply and try it all over till it finds a place it likes. I like the brownish pink with the bronze carex. Best of luck with it. I noticed in Cornwall it sprouts from every crack in every rock. I was envious!
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