I was looking for shadows on Sunday-but found this reflection instead. I love the layers in it. I also like the way it makes my messy back room look quite mysterious and romantic.
Two Alliums-the white one is the odd one out in amongst all the purple, and is taking its time opening-prolonging the show which is good. The stars below are on a shorter but larger flowered Allium. Also taking its time to reveal its beauty. I saw that the yellow flags in the pond will be next so have not run out of colour yet. I spent an hour and a half last night raking and sieving to remove yet more stones-there are loads of flint pebbles-I am collecting them to make a path. The part that is prepared for the chamomile is pretty good now-the only time I think I have achieved a 'fine tilth' as recommended in all the gardening books. I love the medieval sound of 'tilth'.
The shrine auction is to start very soon-still not sure when exactly but it is exciting. I have spent this evening looking at the shrines and I am so impressed by the variety of work and the beauty of the shrines and the fascinating insight into the inspirations of the artists. I will let you know when it starts! You can visit Rebecca's Gallery of Hope to have a look at the shrines.
I have not had time to really visit anyone this week but hope to catch up at the weekend. Work is very busy at the moment!