Sunday, 13 July 2014

A floral interlude

Have you noticed that 'flower' pictures have crept into my recent posts? It's because I'm trying to imprint so many beautiful colours into my memory when I'm out walking. It would be easy to take the abundant beauty of Summer for granted, but in no time it will be gone, replaced by the golden browns of Autumn and then the long dark Winter. I am quite literally taking time to smell the roses (and anything else that takes my fancy). 
Weekend of Colour.

Weekend of Colour.

Weekend of Colour.
It's been a really busy day. I haven't had chance to write up my review of Unwind Brighton, please do come back tomorrow when I'll tell you all about it, and I'll show you my ridiculously modest (but very pretty) haul and the new project I cast on as soon as I got back. Enjoy the rest of your weekend. 

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful photos, I love the flowers in the bottom photo, such gorgeous colours


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