Yesterday was a snow day. The high tide filled the basin creating a path for the light to the newly snow covered Horizon.
The fog over the H2O is back lit by the morning sun.
This is a photo of my bedroom wall early in the morning; It is a light box image of the old shed outside – a relic of previous tenants.
The reflection is inverted and for a just over an hour the shed would be illuminated on my bedroom wall.
Yesterday we gave the shed away and this mornings light box was only the leaves behind the shed.
Seeing this family wandering though the neighbourhood is like seeing a unicorn.
when I got dressed, I was pleased that everything I chose for this warm summer day I made from natural fibers. Green silk camisole, folklore vintage pattern cotton tap shorts, folklore vintage pattern walking skirt hemp summer cloth skirt with insert of cotton laces just above the bottom hem and topped off with a bolero that I made from hemp summer cloth. The bolero is a ongoing work in progress but it is fun to ware until the afternoon heats up.
This evening, the bolero is put away for the heat of the day and I am about to finish the red cotton slip. Just a firm ironing and the buttons that are the small mother of pearl buttons. It should look pretty good!