Mastheads

This is a photo of my son, Jamie, fishing in South Lake Lyda, MN 20 years ago. [September 2010]

James Miller, Willowgreen, Inc., was on a photography trip to North Carolina when he took this photo. [August 2010]

James Miller, Willowgreen, Inc., was on a photography trip to the Colorado when he took this photo. [July 2010]

James Miller, Willowgreen, Inc., also took this photo. He was on a photography trip to the Smokies in North Carolina. [June 2010]

James Miller, Willowgreen, Inc., took this photo. His photography graces the many books that he sells through his publishing company. [April 2010]

This is a scan of the yoke of a sweater I designed using Dale of Norway, Tier yarn. [February 2010]

This is a scan of a vest I knit using Guernsey wool yarn from Yorkshire, UK. The technique is often called Bavarian twisted stitch cables. [January 2010]

I was cleaning my teapot collection and photographed them as they sat on the dining table. [December 2009]


My Christmas tree blocks the sun room view of our first snow this year.  [December 2009]

This masthead is an image of my Thanksgiving table. Yum. [November 2009]

This masthead was photographed by Bob Pence. It is the downtown skyline of Fort Wayne, Indiana. [November 2009]

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This is also the view of the Wabash River from the parking lot at the Barn Abby in New Harmony, Indiana. The light has changed and the soy beans are ready to harvest.  [November, 2009]

 

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This is the view of the Wabash River from the parking lot at the Barn Abby in New Harmony, Indiana.  [October, 2009]

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This bridge crosses a little stream in New Harmony, Indiana. This is a town with photographic opportunities around every corner and down every street. [September, 2009]

 

I took this photo in June when I visited friends at Kure Beach near Wilmington, NC. This looks more like summer to me than anything I’ve ever seen. I didn’t want to replace it but mid-September prods me to do so. [June, 2009]

Pink magnolias are among my favorite spring blooms. These were photographed by my friend Ron. [April, 2009]

Sheep

As a knitter, I love wool. As a lover of wool, I love sheep. My collection reminds me of the folks who gave me such thoughtful gifts.

Palm-tree

This is a knitting project that is also in progress. It will be a sweater set—a sleeveless under sweater and a lacy, short bolero. I’m knitting as fast as I can.

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This is a knitting project that is in progress. I’m sewing the buttons on as I add buttonholes. I am helping other folks with this pattern at Sarah Jane’s Yarn Shop here in Fort Wayne.

candle photo

The lack of light makes winter seem dreary. Sometimes a candle is all it takes to brighten a February day. Thanks for this photo Ron.

Ice

An ice storm has many positive aspects. One is its beauty. Another is its reminder that the contrasts in life are what make it interesting. I was sitting in the cold with the electrical service out and fearing walking and driving on the ice to get somewhere warm. Warm weather seemed so far away. Then I realized how much more I’ll appreciate daffodils once spring arrives. [December, 2008]

Santa

My friend Ron stood in the cold on Main Street to shoot this photo of the lighted Santa on the side of a bank building. The Wolf & Dessauer Department Store used this lighted display many years ago. It is reported that it was even hung unlighted during World War II. Natives of Fort Wayne associate this spectacular display with the holidays. [December, 2008]

This is autumn in rural Ohio. We’ve had a frost and the trees are almost bare. [October, 2008]

This is autumn in Indiana—right outside my front door. The colors changed and leaves have started to fall even though we have had no frost and our temperatures have been quite warm. [September, 2008]

 

My friend Ron took this photo in the Spring of 2008, and gave me permission to use it as a masthead on this blog. Maybe it is my imagination but blue flowers seem to be rare. [June, 2008]

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