Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Summer

Longest day today, 
and apart from celebrating 37 years of marriage today, 

it is also


SUMMER

Silly Symphony 1930

Saturday, 17 June 2017

Silence.........







7am on this sunny Saturday morning, hanging out the washing all I can hear is the buzzing of very busy bees in my Hypericum

Friday, 26 May 2017

May Scavenger Hunt 2017



Lichen and moss.
It always reminds me of an aerial view of the countryside and imagine a town or village or hamlet and people going about their business in there.  Think of the stories that could be written......


The stained Glass window featuring Henry VIII at Hampton Court Palace


Piano keyboard


Group of ducks is called a "skein", "string" "team" or "flock"


Say hello to Gernomee the Green gnome who looks after my house plants.  
He is Dartmouth, Devon, UK pottery.  He has been with me about forty years.


Tornado in Steam at West Somerset Railway a few years ago


Bark of the Laburnum tree


Weave pattern made by my "Spede-weave" here in last months scavenger hunt


Long and short Stitch on my embroidery.  I must pick-up my embroidery again.  I haven't done any in a while.


 Time doesn't stand still.......normally, but on this occasion it does as this photograph was taken at lunchtime

Linking with  I live, I love, I craft

Monday, 22 May 2017

Week Twenty


Last Wednesday the BBC Antiques Roadshow rolled into town!


It was a very wet day, and we went down at about 9 am to West Somerset Steam Railway Station and there was long queue with a variety of bags, and some things not in bags.........


I took my teddy bear and dolls.  I just missed seeing Hilary Kaye.  The gentleman I saw was informative of my bear, which is a Petz Bear which although rare not worth much.  Been loved too much!  His fur is rough and his stuffing is escaping and his growler doesn't growl anymore, but he is my bear!  Petz only lasted a few years and there isn't much written about them.  The stuffing is wood wool.

Not much about the dolls.

Friday, 19 May 2017

Weeks Eighteen and Nineteen - part - 3 of part four and the final part!

Part three of Harry Potter.  I have to say this place was amazing and well worth every penny.  There was so much to see.

















Four pictures above are models made of paper.



The was amazing. you were able to walk round this giant model round a spiral walkway.

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Part 5
Our last day
We found a path which walked along the Thames,  A pretty walk - where we saw the the back garden of Hampton Court  The path didn't quite take us to where we wanted to be though



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 Urban fox taken outside Robert and Anneka's flat


The weather vane and clock at the Thames Ditton sailing club.  The clock has stopped because it was actually lunchtime we took the photo!



Mr & Mrs Goose and their little goslings who came rushing up to us for food, but paddle away when they realised we didn't have any.


Wembley Stadium taken from the overground train on Wednesday afternoon on the way back from Harry Potter


Cabman's rest Exhibiton Road
read about them here 

To see the rest of trip go here, here, here, here and here

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Weeks Eighteen and Nineteen - part - 2 of part four

More photos taken at Harry Potter



Paintings of people who actually worked on Harry Potter







The giant spider in the Enchanted Forest







More tomorrow, it was such a great place I took loads of photos