Last Sunday was Father's Day in Uk and our daughter came to visit. I was in the dog house because l forgot..sorry Dad. Our son and his wife are up in Rutland and were unable to visit us. Due to Tony's heart problem at the moment, we couldn't walk too far or go up any hills. So we went for a stroll on Wimbledon Common and had a tea at the Windmill. Luckily the weather was nice and we had a very nice gentle stroll.
Love the way part of the root system appears to be lit up...beautiful.
The yellow iris's are just begining to appear around the ponds on Putney Heath.
This is the first fungi l have seen in the woods this year....can you see the silver slime leading up to and over the fungi? Think it is a snail trail, it has eaten quite a few holes in the cap!
On Wimbledon Common there are always a few wigwams (dens) being built but this one seems to be really well built and has a piece of carpet in it. Wonder if it was children, a family or maybe teenagers?
Tony noticed this orange coloured fungi on a few fallen logs.
Some more dyeing! This is a piece of real thick felt l found and wondered how it would dye. Quite pleased with it. I soaked it in soya milk first few days.
These are large, square pieces of thick felt, that were used originally to lay hand-made paper on to dry. I am trying to see how they take dye. I painted egg yolk on it before rolling and then boiling.
I am not a cat lover...l can hear the intake of breath from so many of you out there..Ha!....but l have to admit this cat is quite beautiful and she knows it too!
As l went to have a shower saw this water drop pattern, from the shower head, just thought it was beautiful.
When we went to the Supermarket last night, l caught this sight on the side of the road. Could have been in Dubai all those years ago. So lovely to see the old crafts still in use.