Old sheets ripped to strips. Trousers, shirts, all white. Already with holes, grandmother sewed them. Jute thread and cotton jersey. Grandmother´s loom is built at home, mother starts to weave carpets for my home. Home here and there, everywhere I visited. But mostly there by the fire and forests.
Afternoon walk to the still sleeping summerhouse. Snow up to knees, sun peeking while setting down. Train brought back to the town for a painting weekend. Still a few stretches before mixing the first colors of the spring.
Thoughts of golden beams to your weekend.
Anna Emilia, I loved to read these lines...It is a summer night here in Sydney, we just had a lovely summer dinner, a cous cous salad with nice summer vegetable. I would love to walk in the forest of your second picture..your hous-shoes look lovely..have a wonderful day...MariaReplyDelete
Thank you for another essential article. Where else could anyone get that kind of information in such a complete way of writing? I have a presentation incoming week, and I am on the lookout for such information.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful story. And the second picture looks like painted. Thank you for that.ReplyDelete
~poetic beauty is your writing...i felt like i was gently dancing along...gorgeous moment in your forest...much love light and blessings~ReplyDelete
Your words always go so well with your pictures, both beautiful. I love the second picture, I'm longing to walk in a forest.ReplyDelete
I'd love to have some hand woven rugs! you have such lovely woodland nearby.ReplyDelete
i love weaving! my mum weaves rugs and i like to weave little things, too. thank you for sharing such nice images and words. :)ReplyDelete
that sun looks like it already warms a tiny bit.ReplyDelete
have a lovely weekend!
I love the sun gleaming on the snow!ReplyDelete
looks like you are warping the loom! happy weaving!ReplyDelete
thank you for the poetry of your prose and the light and shadows of your photographs. they bring me such peace.ReplyDelete
I always find peace and inspiration from your painting/photos and words, thank you!ReplyDelete
Handwoven rugs sound incredible. How lucky to get a treasure like that.ReplyDelete
I'm sending you a little California sunshine while I take away a little of your beautiful frosty forest.
just lovely! always fascinated by looms...wish i could do that. :)ReplyDelete
I love your blog ♥ Your paints and drawings are fabulous and your pics too.ReplyDelete
I visit you very often ! I wrote a liitle post on my blog about you, i hope you will be O. K with that.
Some french readers can discover your universe.
Thank you :)
lovely, lovely post.ReplyDelete