The unique textures and colours of Deadvlei Pan in southern Namibia are a constant source of inspiration. I found a water runoff pattern that resembled a tree, a strong con- trast in this lifeless area.
17 Things Our Grandparents Did When “Green” Was Just A Color. This made me want to hang a clothesline. I can still remember the smell of my sheets my mom would hang dry outside, and it is such a great smell! Why don't I use a clothesline?
Tuffits: Concrete stepping stones which look like pillows! Concrete stepping stones that look like vintage pillows. Get old pillows, lather with petroleum jelly, cover with plaster of paris. once hardened, remove pillow and fill mold with concrete!
Lammas (or Lughnasadh) occurs in late July and early August. It marks the beginning of the harvest. It's the first of three harvest festivals and is usually associated with ripening grain. It heralds the coming of Autumn.