It is winter, I don’t travel far. A low sun lit up the field outside our front door and I padded outside, still in dressing gown and slippers, to take yet more photographs of the two trees. Too cold for hanging about, I was soon inside again and then noticed this familiar face illuminated by a low winter sun. It is a clay planter which probably arrived in the UK aboard a container ship along with five hundred of her friends, nevertheless, she has a certain sad beauty despite her mass-produced beginnings:
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She is…..and surprisingly inexpensive 🙂
Beautiful Robin. Gorgeous light and the sculpture, despite being made of stone looks so sweet and warm.
Many thanks – sometimes she look just too sad but I caught her at just the right moment 🙂
A lovely face in the crowd.
Some enchanted evening 🙂
It’s all good.
Oops. I meant to post this last comment (“It’s all good”) under what you wrote on my blog. :-O
Interesting selection for the theme.
Have a nice day 🙂
Thanks, I did. And you 🙂
You are right Robin, it is beautiful in its own way.🍀
Sometime surprising what turns up at the local garden centre – to be honest I can’t remember where she came from, she has been living in the porch for years.
Beautiful and tender….I love the low angle of the light, it makes it feel very intimate
She is very pretty, shame they didn’t break the mould.
nice work, Robin. Lovely light.
Thanks Graham – very fleeting and unusually I was there to catch it.
She is lovely-I agree-the light here is beautiful-nice work!
Many thanks – apologies for the late reply, I missed your comment. Thanks for taking the time to stop by, much appreciated.
Very poetic picture. Like many of the pictures here in the blog.
Many thanks, much appreciated.