The lovely weather has disappeared for a few days, so we're back to cold, wet and windy! Variety is the spice of life!
At Tag Tuesday our new theme is 'Poetry'.
I was busy preparing lots of other projects today, so time was a bit short for my tag. I used a piece of hand-painted paper, which was stamped with crackle and swirl stamps while wet. I make BG papers as much as I can with leftover paints, so there is always something handy when I need it. At least if I manage to find it!
I wrote my poetry onto it with my white pen, and mounted it onto black scrap card, and added a little tassel as embellishment - finished!
Here you can see the patterning in the background.
A couple of weeks back Debbie had a birthday giveaway, and I received this beautiful card and one of her coloured art-card sketches, so beautiful. And it is especially dear to me as it as a duck.... Thanks a lot Debbie, it will hang in my arty kitchen.
Yesterday I was pleased to see that the statue of St Swidbert has evidently been cleaned, or freshly painted, as he was gleaming in the sun:
I took this photo from a bench on one of the fortification-walls where I often sit, looking across the meadows to the Rhine, and shaded by the beautiful trees when it is hot:
The hay is almost all gone:
And I enjoy taking photos of the fungi, although all the squatting to get a good pic is not always good for my knees.
These ink-caps are evidently edible before they start to discolour, but I don't think I want to try them.
The Kittlebach, the stream that flows near our house and ends in the Rhine:
Have a great day you all, take care,
ad thanks a lot for coming by!