Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Small Summer Moments

Sunday evening lantern
Thursday afternoon splashing
Monday evening experiments thanks to here and here!



Tuesday morning rain-and a Gorilla by the bins.

Monday evening Jasmine tea (the blur is not photoshop-it is steam!)
Friday afternoon Jasmine-to make tea.
Saturday morning poppies

13 comments:

Poetikat said...

Gorilla? Did you jet off to Uganda and not tell us?
Nice pics, Sarah.

(Got the new proof today and it looks really good - book is at last on track.)

Kat

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

Nice...Where did that gorilla come from.

Yiota said...

like your summer moments! the steam 'effect' is great! sometimes, all we need is real moments, right?

frayedattheedge said...

I love the plate your jasmine is on! You've reminded me I have jasmine tea in the cupboard - I might just have a cup in my Wednesday morning bath instead of my usual hot chocolate!! (reading that over, I should add to drink, not put in the bath water!!)

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jabblog said...

I adore kaleidoscopes - always have.
I really like your poppy header too - poppies remind me of my mother because she loved them.

Allegra Smith said...

Oh, everything is so lovely and evocative. I am slowly coming back and wanted to drop by to tell you how much I loved to see that gorgeous card but most of all to know that it was from you. A thousand heartfelt thank yous for your kindness and friendship. You are very dear to me. Hugs from here.

江婷 said...

Pay somebody back in his own coin.................................................................

KindredSpirit said...

glad to see the good old bin/smoking area is still there. Ah the nostalgia. I must pop in to Foxfield one day!!!!

Like the photos

Bimbimbie said...

It's the simple moments that mean the most, and I enjoyed the two french songs in your post below, sweet*!*

Robyn said...

what a lovely way you're spending time...
how do you make the jasmine tea?
sounds/smells awesome :)

Relyn said...

Oh, Sarah. I do love these moments. Thank you for sharing them. Hey, I have been meaning to stop by and thank you for telling me about Kim Klassen's class. I will be signing up for that after the craziness of vacation is over. Thank you so much!

Liz said...

Great pictures!

rochambeau said...

Sarah,
It's cool how much you are experimenting with your photography.

xox
Constance