Monday, 21 May 2012

SUN ON A PLATE





The weekend brought some very warm air. There were popping up small restaurants all around gardens, parks, squares and riversides. Sitting outdoors, eating with friends, walking around the streets. Over bridges, through tunnels, around lakes. 

Spring cleaning my closets and shelves. Some graphic art prints with flora patterns, three different kinds available in my small online shop. A few of them will be wedding and birthday present, too. All are hand carved and printed by me. Signed too.

Autumn Meadow
Autumn turned all the leaves to different colors. The wind blew them to dance in the air. Soon everything was covered with red, violet, yellow and orange leaves of all kinds.

Noon Bouquet
At noon everything glimmers. The wind is gentle and sounds are distant. At noon small flowers climb to the sky and wave in the air.

April Meadow
In April some early flowers show their heads from the snow. They are bright in color and look like saying "Good morning!" after the long winter's sleep.

Summer soup, one of my favorites is boiling. With young and tender onions, garlic, new potatoes, carrots, peas, cauliflower, dill, olive oil, water, soya milk, salt and pepper. Tastes like sunshine on a plate. Balcony kitchen is open.


Have a calm new week. Sunshine from me to you.

14 comments:

  1. Anna, your work is so delicate and calming.
    thank you very much for sharing it with us.

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    1. Thank you so much Katy (:

      Hopefully you have found a nice new nest to live in and a comfortable work too that you enjoy.

      Sunny morning greetings!

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  2. The soup recipe sound delish. Enjoy!

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    1. Thank you, it was (:

      Now it is much warmer, so big bowls of salad are a treat.

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  3. Yum! We could really use some sun here in Europe :(

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    1. Oh, the sun is shining here so bright!

      Sending you a few rays (:

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  4. Delicate blue cards (is that your favourite color?). Have a beautiful week ♥

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    1. Probably it is, for certain moods (:

      Happy weekend to you!

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  5. Your work looks beautiful and sums up season and time... and your soup simmering sounds delicious as I move towards winter soups with sweet potato and thyme.

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    1. Thank you Gracia, once again!

      ENjoy the changing season and those sweet tender soups of winter!

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    1. Happy to hear that, thank you for visiting here!

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  7. on these are just beautiful

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