Welcome to the September edition of the Wandering Camera linky party. Thank you so much for visiting, for your lovely comments and for sharing your photos. This photo linky party continues to inspire me to try new things every month.
After a busy couple of months, I had a nice relaxing August. I love to work on different things and I finally had the opportunity to do so. There was a bit of painting, gardening, cooking, baking and knitting, with long walks in between. Those activities dictated a lot of the daily photos I took in August. They resulted in a wonderful mix.
Here are my photos from the month of August, in chronological order –
1. Fascinating patterns on the stem of a pumpkin
2. Grapes from a roadside vineyard
3. Leaves are already turning red around here
4. A TLR camera pencil sharpener
5. Moon and Jupiter
6. Beginning of a friendship or a just a truce?
7. A large number of hours spent on a Sunday poring over maps and notes
8. Fall leaf on asphalt
9. Sweet red tomatoes in my favourite bowl
12. Sun-drenched leaves
13. The spice shipment came!
14. My first knitted hat
15. I might be addicted to building Lego cranes of all sizes
16. Sunflower at the local school garden
17. My favourite paintbrushes and warm fall-colour pastels
18. Canopy of trees
19. Asymmetrical roof and a chimney puts me in a fairytale mindset
20. Collected leaves for future painting reference
21. Freshly-repotted succulents
22. Home-made bread always smells delicious
23. A set of Lego Harry Potter blocks
24. Found a tree in the park with a gigantic knot in it
25. Getting acquainted
26. An eye-catching entryway
27. Cleaning my mud-stained boots
29. My orange Begonia
30. Sleepy Charlie
31. Accenting the wrought iron
I am still in need of a break, so I will skip the tutorial today. I will definitely have more next month. Now it’s your turn to share your photo posts. I always look forward to seeing them.
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You can add any number of links to your posts from the previous month. The posts should have photos in them, with a story or anecdote. Your project photos (quilting, sewing, painting, knitting, etc.) are most welcome. You can also write a new post to link up. Please do not link up posts that are older than the previous month, they will be removed.
Please make sure to include the badge or a text link back to this site on each post that you link up. You can also add the badge to your blog. I am happy either way as long as you link back :-)
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