Wednesday, 10 August 2016

SNAP!

Okay, I admit it!  I'm scraping the bottom of the barrel with my set for Helena's SNAP this week.  I just wasn't organised, Wednesday crept up on me and I didn't have any photos ready, so a troll through my recent photos revealed this set ......... different knots, photographed over at the stables.

9 comments:

  1. These are wonderful! scrape that barrel again Eileen. Beautifully photographed too.

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  2. I lvoe that you had taken this photos anyway - an interesting variety of knots

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  3. Knot-hing wrong with these, and they make a great set!

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  4. All very familiar to me. I photographed a lot of baler twine in different places around the farm a while ago and had a post in mind about it. I must revive it!

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  5. I'm very impressed that this collection was in your archives! Great idea and great shots!

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  6. Hi Eileen, how are you? I've been away a few days ago. I loved your photos. Very interesting nodes. About your question promptly only bread is delivered to the door. Many years ago it was common, but nowadays we can buy it in the supermarkets or bakeries. I'd rather buy bread baked in a wood-burning oven in a bakery that exists around my house. It is rare;))!! Hugs and thanks for your visit. Good weekend.

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  7. About bread, It’s not usually made the delivery near the door. The expression above isn't correct, pardon. Hugs.

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  8. I like that you were able to find such a neat collection in your archives.

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