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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Sunny Saturday

One of the first things I notice as we drift towards Autumn is the change in light. Today I noticed these wonderful shadows on the little shed behind the garden.  I have had on my to-do list the painting of this shed. but it hasn't happened yet. Looks like I need to do a little clean up on the shed where the rain has caused quite a dirty mess!  Funny what you notice in photos but not when you're standing right in front of it!


It's been a lovely weekend, full of stitching and the beginning of some fall decorating. I'm trying to stay with the Christmas at Hawk Run Hollow cross stitch piece.  I have really enjoyed it, but I don't think I want to attempt another piece that takes a whole year to do.  I keep wanting to work on my crazy quilt, or make another quilt piece,  but know I've got to stay with the big project. I'm so afraid if I stop I won't pick it back up.  I'm terrible about stuff like that.

I hope you've had a lovely Saturday. Thanks so much for stopping by!

5 comments:

  1. I am noticing the difference in light, too. Plus, our days are shorter and it is nice an cool outside. Love it!

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  2. I also notice the change in the light. I can feel fall in the air and I am waiting for the cooler days and nights.
    Have a great Sunday.
    Mary

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  3. I like the light through the trees in autumn. That's one of the lovely things about the change in season - a chance to see things in another way as the light moves around.
    I'm a died-in-the-wool cross-stitcher and usually have a piece at hand as I watch TV

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  4. The light is definitely changing. We turn a lamp on in the mornings before getting out of bed now. I don't enjoy that part of the changing seasons, but the light slanting low through trees in the forest is beautiful. Good luck with your cross stitch.

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  5. Beautiful late summer around your place. I just love downloading photos and finding something I hadn't noticed when I took the picture; it's like unwrapping a special gift.

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