That was on August 29th & we had gone to a late (and rather short) trip in nature, leaving home after 5pm. Nothing fancy, just exploring the surroundings (because you always have room for more exploration, even in your most favorite or well known spots !) Besides, with a macro lens, you have all the world to REdiscover !
can you spot the fossil in the middle ?
Gray on gray it's harder to spot them !
can you see the fossil in the stone ?
juniperus oxycedrus (above)
so graceful, specially dancing in the wind
arent' they so graphic ?
there, queens for me, and for you too !
Thank you so much for your kind comments yesterday, concerning the natural dyeings ! It's been two years now & I haven't lost interest for it, and I'd rather say I'm growing more & more passion for it. I just wish I had more room, more time & that I'd live closer to the countryside. This said, I'm not complaining, things/life are what they are, and it's ok like that too. Making it less easy to dye (most of the time) makes it even more interesting, I think. (see what I mean ?)
The first week of school is ending, and boy I'm tired. My lazy bones had gotten too badly used to summer laziness ... But I think we've all done a good come back to school rhythm. Summer is still here, it's been too warm these last days (it was 33°C yesterday at 5.30 pm !!) I love the sun, but when it's too hot for the season, and that you're more active than usual, it really is draining.
Gosh ... please someone pass me a beer, thanks.
And while you're at it, grab one for yourself too, I know you deserve it. (ok ok ... you can switch for a lemonade or an ice tea if you don't like beer)
Nothing specific planned for the weekend but trying to relax (and craft, quite obviously !!!) and going to something that looks like flea market (but is less nice) on Sunday morning. I'm quite looking forward to this, I must admitt. I hope I'll find nice things I'm looking for.
Until next time, please take care, and have yourself a lovely weekend !