Welcome back to this week’s edition of photo-a-day. I am still following Beth at the bethadilly.
Here are this week’s photos:
November 15 – when I grow up; I saw this pine cone laying on the ground at the base of the tree. It looks like it’s saying, “When I grow up I want to be a pine tree too!”
November 16 – gold; it has been an unseasonably warm November. We still have some leaves on the trees. This is pure gold with the added sun on it.
November 17 – history; everyday I drive by Camp Picton, an old army base that was built during the WWI as a training base. This old building used to be the base hospital.
November 18 – a pattern; an archive photo…I love the pattern in the rows of corn sprouting in the spring.
November 19 – festive; in the past few days, Christmas decorations have been appearing in the store windows. This was an especially pretty window in the little town of Bloomfield.
November 20 – triangle; another store window display in Bloomfield. These stars are made up of many triangles.
November 21 – fancy; this is my mom’s favourite shawl. I made it for her in yarn that combines her favourite colours.
That’s another week completed. Remember you can join. Check out Beth’s blog or join on Instagram #thebethadillychallenge or follow me @basildonkitchens.
Thank you for visiting. Wishing you a great week.
Until next time, Connie 😃