This week's shadow shots are of my poor tomatoes, resting on my newly refurbished stepladder. I rubbed it down, put blobs of a lovely turquoise in certain spots, then a coat of off white. Rubbed it down again to give it a battered look and then used beeswax over this. If nothing else it now smells very nice!
My tomatoes are from plants bought at the local allotment open day, planted very late and mainly no good due to some kind of blight. I really am a very poor gardener. I like their interesting knobbly shapes though, so thought I would preserve them through photography.
The other photo, and poladroid of it, are of a group of things hanging in the kitchen. The moon and star is a present from a lovely friend, the mirror is from the charity shop, and the rusty metal grid is a piece of fence from school. When I did my termly risk assessment review for Forest School I noticed this hanging off the fence at reachable by small child height, so I wiggled it a bit and it came off. I know some people would have put it in the bin, but I also know that some wouldn't! Rust lovers of the world unite!
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