Okay, I'm behind on last week's photos and getting ahead of this week's photos.
Chokecherry blooms and house - I really like the depth of field. I can't remember whether this is one of the wedding trees or not. I think so.
Okay....the weekend before last, we headed off on a new adventure in Peterborough. A friend arranged to have her teacher give a private class in wheel thrown pottery and a grand time was had by all!
This is the very first thing I've ever thrown on a wheel! It's not yet dry or even trimmed in this photo. It's a little lopsided.
But I love it. I loved throwing pottery! I came home from the weekend and started looking for classes/studio time here in town.
These are the hubby's hands doing his own thing.
We came home from the weekend to the neighbour, with a large branch of the maple that's just over the property line on her side down in her driveway. Close inspection proves it was a lightening strick! Neil volunteered to chain saw it and take it away. He's a sweetie sometimes. Or very politely deranged. Your choice.
And two fence sections torn out by the wind. Shame that isn't as easy to fix as a bit of chainsaw activity.
But on the bright side... two days away and I swear all the plants grew six inches!
First tulip of the season! (Don't worry, there will be many many more.)
Apricot blossoms with the church steeple in the background..... again, a beautiful depth of field.
And just for fun - my new view at work! After 18 years...... I finally have a window!