Sunday, 28 September 2014
This morning, while looking for something to complete this post, I spotted a grey squirrel feasting
on rose hips at the foot of the garden. So intent was it on eating that it didn't notice as I gently opened a window and leaned out.
The hips are now beginning to decay but this probably makes them even more delicious!
The rose bush in June
Maple leaves collected while walking in a community woodland
Maples are not native to Scotland and are usually found in small plantations and arboretums
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Sunday, 21 September 2014
Dried vegetation, which has been lying in a corner of my studio since early August
I love watching the forms and colours change - creatively it's all grist for the mill .......
Today I'm clearing up and seeds will be returned to the garden to continue their cycle
The sculpture is "The Fisher Boy" by Gemito
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