Yep, more textures.
This is a cement urn that I got at a yard sale a while back.
I have shown this one before, too, but not so close up.
More textures from yummyland:
This old tank lives behind the garage . I'm told it used to hold well water for the garden.
I love it.
More wandering with the camera...
I rescued this from the free shop at the dump:
Rusty garden fencing. Perfect.
I am going to take a length of it, clip little things to it and use it as a bulletin board.
Oooh, just thought of this: I'll form some of it into a chandelier shape and weave white christmas lights through it! Yes!! ( Honey, maybe that's the unique lighting for the kitchen we've been looking for?)
Some of my favorite things all together in this one, above: old paint, lichen, and viney tendrils.
Hmmm, tendril. That's a great word, isn't it? It's the name of one of the prints in my line! (sneak peak coming soon, for real.)
One thing that I just love about plants is this: they want to live. Look at the survival technique of this vine! The tendrils, the little pads that attach to surfaces. It never fails to impress me.
The garage doors.
Walking around the yard with the camera just makes me so happy. These textures, the colors, the history and the decay.
Here you can see why I wanted to be outside that day:
February sun. Silhouettes laying over the blue sky. Loose fiber-fill wisp of cloud.
Just look at the smouldering colors on this old thermometer. I practically want to eat it.
This is the other door to the garage.
Eventually, this freestanding building will become my very own shop!
Our property is zoned for commercial use as well as residential, which is one of the reasons we bought it.
When I was trying to choose my blog name, I decided that I wanted it to also be the name that we would use for the shop. After a few rounds of brainstorming, I finally dreamed up Yummy Goods. In time, we will remodel the garage and create our little magical world, and this website will function as our online store in addition to my personal website and blog.
Maybe someday you'll come to Cape Cod and stop in for a Yummy visit!