I like posting these photos, and taking them was certainly an artistic endeavor, but I'm getting restless to get back into doing something in my studio. I think. The problem is, I'm not sure what sort of medium I want to work in and just about anything but what I have set up, which is fabric, would require purchasing, finding, co-ordinating, organizing. Sigh.
And then there's another part of me that wants to leave the studio door shut, let the cobwebs accumulate unbothered, and spend the rest of the summer in the garden. Another sigh.
Back to today's photos..... if Blogger lets me post them, which is another story, which I've already blogged about over on Beach Treasure..... grrrrr.....
I liked the wooden gate, the hedgerows and the tiny little path between them. Why were two hedgerows put so close to each other? And where does the path lead?
Doesn't this remind you of Hagrid's hut? All it needs is a window, perhaps a bit of clutter and a place to sit near the front stoop.
It was actually a building on what I believe was part of an old manor house estate. I like the way the reflection of the roof peeks out of the pond in the foreground in this photo from a farther distance.