For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: manufacture.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: timely.
My mother died in 2000 and my father in 2013 and my house is full of art. My mother was a prolific artist and I am working on placing, gifting, cataloging her art. There is rather more than I’d seen. Watercolors and etchings were her most loved, I think, though she did woodcuts, silk screen, oils, pottery and all sorts of crafts.
She did tiny etchings, often 2 by 2 or 2 by 3 inches of fantasy creatures.
I took this on Friday morning. The sky was so glorious and changing, a water color in transition. My mother painted watercolors and when I see a sky like this, I wonder if she is up there with a brush. Sending love in this season for everyone who is missing someone.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: jewel.
I have an amber necklace that belonged to my grandmother. Patrick noticed the insect and took the close up. The necklace is over 60 years old judging by the clasp. But the insect is far older…..
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors: here.
But the buildings are sideways. And there aren’t many doors. No, that’s true, but it’s because the whole thing is a door:
…a door on a van…with a city scape.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: petrichor.
For Norm2.0’s Thursday doors.
For Mundane Monday #182: kitchen close up.
I love my blue butter dish….
Message your link if you want to participate, what do you photograph in your kitchen? Is it a new picture of something mundane? I will list the entries next week.
From last week’s Mundane Monday #181: shadow.
KLAllendorfer has lovely silhouettes.