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is it the lumber or the shed that is rough cut? or just the neighbour?
if it's the neighbor i think it is (and really there's no other sign-so who knows). the one with the big hole on the back of his land he's filling up with waste, including plastic kiddie equipment. did i mention illegally?
I'm smitten with the barn extravagance colors. And ick... not a good thing to stuff plastic kiddie stuff into a hole in the ground. I wish they would ban that stuff altogether - ugly, big, too much of it. GRRRRR.
oh, I hope there is a good amount of land between you and the neighbour. the grapes would be wonderful for dyeing.
valerianna, this man is, incidentally mr SOOO green. BAH, i say.jean, i have done a bit. amazing on silk. too bad i'm so tired this time of year.
that's one terrific sign! (but I prefer the grapes...)
that cauldron might make a great dye bath.
lovely photos, such inspiration in the natural weavings and textures. one can't choose ones neighbor (or family for that matter). hopefully, he's downhill from you!
ronnie, i eat them, they're sourer than sourdeanna, i've thought that, but it's full of larvaeanastasia, i have, however, new across the road neighbors that are wonderful. it works out.
hmmm...burying crap in ones yard makes it a difficult property to sell later on. is there anyway to inform him?i do enjoy seeing fat blue grapes on barn red wood! and good thing taking photos takes less energy--i feel the winter energy zap now and then as well.
lovely bunches against the red. your photo too.and i know it's straight up no photoshop geekery ;) LOL!!
lefiligree,, it was on the back side of a farm, one of those dumps that indicate "we've always done it this way". i was looking at the land because it was for sale.neki-no photoshop, you're right. can't be bothered
More wonderful miniatures, Velma...by 'miniatures', I mean particularly chosen images. I wonder, do you paint at all?
faisal, i have, and i love painting, but not now. funny about miniatures, i often work in miniature. and i do see exactly as you describe. so perceptive of you!
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