Miss Havisham is finished. I added quite a thick layer of wax. I was going to use gold leaf but once the wax was on I changed my mind. I like the ghostly and misty appearance the wax adds to it.
This is what happens to a cardigan when the sleeve gets caught up in the door of the washing machine. Remarkably it wasn't ripped. Or even very stretched. On Saturday we went to the Hammersmith Lyric Theatre to see Ghost Stories. (Review) (I like the name 'shade' for ghost-so there is a shadow link there somewhere) It was brilliant! I was a bit apprehensive after the very scary write up and the warnings not to see it if you are of a nervous disposition. It was scary but deliciously so. Really well done.
This picture is from google street view. There are lots of shadows in it I notice!
We passed BBC Television Centre on our journey to Hammersmith.
Wood Lane station. I love the names of London places-Hammersmith, Wood Lane-they sound so poetic and rural.
This morning was bright sunlight and very good for shadows around the house. I have a feeling I may have posted pictures of my fridge magnets before. They are on the boiler as my fridge is too busy pretending to be a cupboard to trifle with such things.
Kitchen towel shadows.
Late night snack crumb shadows. It took us an hour and a half to get home! The Jubilee line was not running or it would have been a much quicker affair.
Violets-not really on the lawn-more a case of they are the lawn.
Paper and cloth doily shadows. Visit Hey Harriet for more shadows from around the world.