Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Frosty mornings



After the gales  last week the weather has been sunny which means freezing nights and frosty mornings tuning the garden white.  Sunsets and dawn have been beautiful the the landscape turning molten gold






setting sun



gloomy day




golden dawn




rub a dub dub







afternoon stroll





2 pieces of old ornate metal , for the garden, found in a country town secondhand shop



This shop is in a tiny town called Sedan where time has stood still. Loved the hilarious sign, and we bought the above for only $10




Late afternoon on the front lawn




16 comments:

  1. Meg, I love the sign. LOL! Someone has a sense of humour.

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  2. A dreamy post Meg. Yes, I love the Crapatorium too. Oh that all signs were that honest! Mimi xxx

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  3. That sign certainly made me smile, a great find.

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  4. Your photos of your beautiful countryside are amazing! All your photos are amazing! Fun little Crappy Shop....ha!

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  5. What beed of chickens do you have? I don't pretend to know breeds, but I guess Sussex-so lovely. What a sweet photo of Sascha...

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    1. 3 light sussex and 1 speckled sussex xxxx

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    2. thank you, they are gorgeous!

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  6. You live on such a great spot of the world, the views are always stunning, so is your garden and your adorable flock of chickens.
    That shop sign is so funny.

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  7. Hi Meg, thank you for visiting my blog. Your photos are lovely, especially the frosty garden one and the sweet little parakeet on the lawn. We are in the grip of a heatwave over here, and looking at your beautiful pictures was very refreshing!
    Cathy x

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  8. Love the "Crapatorium"! Great name for a second-hand store!!!

    And, as always, I love to see photos of your surroundings, the cat and the girls.

    Best wishes...Fonda

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    1. Oh...and, I'm sorry that the bird had died. I think I would have plucked a few feathers for my art before allowing it to return to the earth. Such beautiful colors, and we don't have birds around here (North Carolina, USA) that are that colorful.

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    2. Do you mean the parrot.....hes just pecking at the lawn :-)

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  9. Hello Meg ! what lovely photos ...love the chickens pecking around happily...have a nice week...Gail x

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