Last week we still had brilliant leaves on the trees and a bright blue sky.
It was interesting to see the dew on these leaves in the woods.
Roses! Old fabric from the thrift store, no idea when it might have been printed.
A dozen tiny quail eggs in a teacup, a gift from my daughter and her family's quails. They made delicious egg salad with such a light, delicate flavor.
A silk scarf at the thrift store. I don't know why I didn't buy it! Even if I didn't wear it (and I probably wouldn't have) it would have looked great on a table. I keep reminding myself to buy things when I see them -- after I've left them at the store!
These two ties were hanging together at another thrift store. I wondered if they came from the same person: there's a brotherly look about them, don't you think?
A block from the most delicately embroidered quilt I've ever seen. Each block was a symmetrical motif.
What's not to love about shadows of tree trunks on a fence? I was about to get into our car in our driveway when I noticed these. I couldn't resist taking a photo.
Nelly Toll painted this when she was a young child in Germany during the Holocaust. She and her mother hid in a very small space in a home. To keep her quiet, her mother bought her paints and paper. She created illustrated stories which depicted scenes exclusive of what was happening in her world.
And now we have leafless trees at the end of November.
I hope you have good weekend.