Tag Archives: The Sunday post
‘The personal value of an object, place or pet derived from the personal memories associated with it’ is what Jake at http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2013/03/24/sunday-post-sentimental-value/ has challenged us with this week. My first school, Heavitree, was rebuilt a few years ago and the children now … Continue reading
As always Jake created a cool animation for his Sunday challenge, check his Bay and join in at http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2013/03/17/sunday-post-bay/ I’ve chosen Torbay, the English Riviera for my entry.
http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/ has given us the prompt of arrangement this week and Jake says, ‘The act of arranging or being arranged like Places, living things or collection of things that have been arranged. The condition, manner, agreement, settlement or music result … Continue reading
. . . that’s how I felt when I saw this beautiful sign of spring. What captivates you? you may find it here. http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2013/03/03/sunday-post-captivating/
Another challenge I have missed recently but this is one photo that I wanted an excuse to post, so here we are. You can join in at http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/sunday-post-simplicity/#comment-8747 Oh my this is Lucid Gypsy’s 500th post!
http://jakesprinters.wordpress.com/2012/12/22/sunday-post-christmas/ Just as I read Jake’s weekly challenge the letter box flapped and this is what I found in the porch. Timely I’d say!
Jake says ‘CONCEPT – something thought or imagined: something that somebody has thought up, or that somebody might be able to imagine, Broad principle affecting perception and behavior: a broad abstract idea or a guiding general principle, one that determines … Continue reading
When friends and family come to stay they always leave relaxed, de-stressed and at peace, so of course I’ve chosen the Devon countryside for Jakes challenge. Where these photos were taken, on Dartmoor, there is no noise, the only sound … Continue reading
A difficult one Jake but I hope this works! Just as it says, this is 100% wool felted into Dori cord. The wool comes from New Zealand and it is felted in Nepal and dyed using plants like senna, madder … Continue reading