hand made paper, shifu, artists' books, north country living, and some words
It's so hard to really capture with a camera the colors of materials dyed with plants. I do think they are beautiful photos though and can imagine...
the greenhouse, hoophouse, is the SAME as theone here, but this one is just the bones of it.waiting.
don't you just love those string marks?
really beautiful cloth!
yes!! india, they are such a contrast to the rest, yet work perfectly. the hoop house (like that word) means you can extend the season. i might just try this and then can eat greens in winter AND keep indigo going!
yes, the string marks!go indigogo
i love love love the photographs mum!
love ingigogo! thanks hann.
i love how i am always the last to the party!i was thinking that the peachy fabric strikes a chord with me about timelessness. it seems old, yet...very present.regardless of your perceptions of the photo, the beauty of it came through just fine on this end.and i would miss those things too.
...because you work so hard and aren't friviling away on the internet!
I love this fabric!
Gorgeous, love the string marks!
This turned out so beautiful...Brown! I see a little bird perched in the white branches (#3). Perhaps he is contemplating the brown.
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