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Champagne Ivy Part One

“Champagne Ivy is my name …” sang Miriam Hopkins, arousing the base passions of Fredric Marsh in his definitive portrayal of Mr Hyde (Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde 1931). 126 more words


305/365 Shutter release challenge

Six spot Ladybird

Most of the ladybirds have started to disappear for the colder months but a warm day still brings the odd one out.

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Ladybirds Post & Go: issue date 14th September

Now summer’s ending we bid farewell to the ladybirds we’ve had in our gardens. As children many of us spent hours watching them, even keeping them in matchboxes with a few holes punched in the top. 592 more words

Tuesday 6 September 2016 - Some old curious photos discovered when checking old CD backups

Creepy ceramic faces and tiles on a wall in Norton Priory back in about 2006. The Priory, near Runcorn, has recently reopened after restoration work. 44 more words


Badgers, wrens and cute little mice.

​Sneaked in some quilting on this little wall hanging. Ready for binding now and I am thinking a nice light purple. The close up shows my near little stitches. 91 more words

Sketch of the day no 954 in my moleskine art journal: yellow ladybird.

Only the young can change its spots.

Sketch of the day in my moleskine art journal: Freshly emerged yellow ladybird. The spots will appear within the hour and the colour could change from yellow to red. 42 more words


Rowena reblogged this on beyondtheflow and commented:

I love ladybirds and this was precious! xx Rowena