6 February 2008

simple pleasures

I'm low on words this week. So some recent pics from my days.



Dawn, the other morning. Mist in the valley.

dawn



The passionfruit vine is heading for the shed roof.

curl


Stewed apples and plums for breakfast.

stewed

16 comments:

peppermintpatcher said...

I very often try to emulate the shape of the passionfruit tendril in my quilting. I just love the organic lines.

bec said...

We have a passionflower vine, no fruit. The tendrils, they match.


(what a glorious word: tendril: ain't it?)

Ashley said...

I love your photos, they are heavenly!

Dawn said...

Gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing.

hazeljoy said...

wow! you live in the most amazing place.

bluemountainsmary said...

I love all of these but my god that photo of the passionfruit vine is sublime.

Wanna do a mini photo swap? I am off to check out flickr?

Jenny said...

Thanks for the photo goodness they are wonderful-LOVE the tendril too!

Jodie said...

That passionfruit vine look so hopeful, lovely photo.

Frogdancer said...

Lovely images.

(I'd emulate the shape of the tendril in my quilting too, but I'm still coming to grips with straight lines and scary triangles!!)

fifi said...

oh, that was breathtaking!

How beautiful your world!

Jelly Wares said...

Wow... Is that the view from your front porch??? It's gorgeous!!

Jodie

belinda said...

What a view!
And stewed apples and plums...heavenly.

fiveandtwo said...

What stunning photos. The shadowy layers of the mountains, the tendril. the food.
Gorgeous.

Kris said...

The vine is particularly beautiful - simple, like green wrought iron.

We have a greyhound! We're fostering at the moment, until I can convince Al that full time 2 dogs is a great idea. Her name is Squeak, which doesn't quite suit her elegant self - Anastasia seems more appropriate. Name from previous life was something Dancer - which is very trashy and exactly what I'd expect a greyhound from a satire to be named.

kt said...

Ooooh! That vine! *sigh*

Lazy cow said...

I would never get sick of that view. Sublime.