Friday, April 22, 2011

This took my fancy

Quite an amazing sight - it took my fancy, so I had to go back with my camera
This too - beautiful Autumn colour
. . . and a bag for my neighbour's daughter, heading back to WA

15 comments:

trash said...

Loving the tree. Looks like it is in an older part of town, no?

rachelmp said...

Love the bag! Are you heading to Emma's sale tomorrow?

Maree: said...

How Cool is that Tree...
Love the Fabrics in the Bag what a Thoughtful Neighbour you are...
cheers

FlowerLady said...

I would have had to get a picture of that tree also. I love hearts.

Those autumn colored trees are very nice too.

Your bag is gorgeous and I know the lady will enjoy using it.

FlowerLady

Bree said...

Loooooove the tree Annie! Beautiful photo.
Nice to see you at the show.

Darla said...

The electric company trimmed that tree nicely.

Diane said...

And some electric companies would just have cut those trees down! Great job. Good you had your camera with you!

Lizzie said...

Now that's how they should trim all the trees for power lines, with a little thought and creativity....
Lizzie
xxx

Val said...

The donut tree is odd. Love the bag. Happy Easter.

gaby@727m2 - a garden diary said...

Amazing pruning of the tree, great shot... love the autumn colours too and the bag is very nice, lucky neighbour's daughter :)

aracne said...

Very nice pictures, the tree would have caught my fancy, too.
I like the fabrics that you chose for the bag, the result is very pretty.

Faeryfay said...

Annie I love that tree! WOW! That's a special sight!

Jenny said...

No wonder you went back for your camera-lovely tree. Really like the fabric you chose for the bag and the red just sets it off:)

Diane said...

Thank you for the lovely compliment on my border photo. That garden is very special to me, because so many of the plants in it were gifts from 1) good friends of my parents and 2) my dear friend and gardening mentor, Rita. I think flowers that are shared are the best kinds.

Elisabeth at Eureka Patchwork said...

Please Annie can I have the pattern for the Mumsy Bag? Lovely yo see the last flowers before winter in your garden