Monday, 8 April 2013

Photo of the Day 1st–8th April 2013

Here’s my first week:

This one of Maurice decorating the porch is a bit of a cheat as it was taken at the end of March, but you’ve already seen the photo of the paint brush that I took on the 1st!  And yes, we’ve finished the decorating!  UGH!  It took such a long time! But it does look very smart now.

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Another picture of my rainbow table runner with sofa crammed full with cushions and quilts!

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Look!  it is so cold here in the UK this winter that even the trees need sweaters!  This little bit of wasteland in the centre of town is full of knitted birds, Easter eggs, and various other buntings, all in lovely Spring colours.  What fun!

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Another sign of how cold it has been, crocus still in flower at the beginning of April!  Most of the daffodils are only just coming into flower now, usually they are well over by now.

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Here’s one you have already seen, followed by a photo taken at the Brighton and Hove Crop I went to on Saturday.  We had fun playing with some scene stamps from

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Sunday was much brighter with a pale sunshine peeking through, so we ventured out with the dog for a walk round Tarring village.  Here’s St Andrew’s church, which dates from 13th century.  In my opinion it is one of the prettiest churches in the local area.

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I cycled into town this morning (for a dental appointment) and parked my bike right next to the museum.  The museum has a little sculpture garden, which hosts different exhibitions throughout the year. I was really taken with this lovely sculpture with stained glass made from  a piece of driftwood.  It’s made by local artist Louise Durham

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Chicken Licken said...

OOOO lovely pics. I love that driftwood sculpture too.

Karen said...

Enjoying looking at your daily photos Linda. I'm into my 4th month - struggling a bit but still enjoying the challenge. I love your rainbow coloured layout and may have to scraplift that if you don't mind.

Alison said...

The tree with it's winter woollies made me chuckle!
Alison xx