Thursday, July 25, 2013

My Random July 365 Photo Challenge: Week 3

It's a bit of a hodge podge group of photos this week!

Starts with S: Why selvage, of course! I've been collecting for quite some time and finally started making blocks ...more later on that!

Dry: I love it when the hay bales start showing up in the fields this time of year!

A Boy: My grandson, Ezra, and his brother spent the week with us. I fixed zucchini one night. Do you think he was excited?

Ride: Maybe he was a bit more excited about this!

A Fountain: A wedding on Saturday evening found us on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, famous for it's beautiful fountains.

Shades of Blue: So many gorgeous colors to choose from!

Science: Okay, this one is a stretch, but you knew I would stick a Colorado picture in here somewhere! The 200 year old Ute Council Tree, down the road from my childhood home, requires a lot of attention to keep it alive and well.
Thanks for taking a look at my photos. I sure enjoy taking them! I'm linking with Cindy's Random Thursday posts again this week.
                                      

7 comments:

  1. Absolutely LOVE your pics!!

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  2. Great photo of the tree! I don't think Ezra has ever seen zucchini before, let alone eaten one! LOL!

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  3. I love the way Ezra is looking at the zucchini. His eyes!! Lovely pics again Carla

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  4. Lovely pictures, Carla! I am intrigued by the first one ; ) having an overflowing bin of selvages too (not as pretty as your basket).
    Thank you for your informative and kind e-mail. I made an answer to it, witch came right back at me : (
    I'll try making it easier to come visit and leave a comment on my blog.
    xo

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  5. I feel the same way about zucchini. Love the tree photo. Where was your childhood home?

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  6. I am very interested to see what your quilt blocks with selvages look like. Currently I am following your instructions from your blog post on January 14, 2011 "Three Secrets to Making Free Quilts." I began working on a quilt with 2.5-inch squares while working on another quilt and a vest! Three projects at once. Love the method! Thank you for that post!!

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  7. Hello, again my friend. I am now on bloglovin. Hopefully it all works better now...
    ; ) Thank you for your innput.

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