Very good close-up, I discoverd this pottery here, on your blog.
I love the hint of blue that saves it looking as if it was found on an archaeologist dig, if that makes any sense to you.Warmest regards,Simone.
I really like this 'one of a kind' work.
Thank you thank you thank you! :-DI love Pewabic Pottery and the designs made of their tiles.
It’s that time of year again! I’m doing the rounds and apologising for my complete failure to more regularly offer comment on everybody’s incredible efforts for the year. I know how hard it can be to keep up with the daily grind of everyday posting, and want to thank you for your efforts.I especially want to wish festive greetings for all from down here at [nearly] the end of the world, the bottom of Tasmania.So, if you could delete whatever is not applicable, I’d like to wish you a very pleasant/merry/happy/wonderful/safe Amaterasu; Ashurall; Beiwe; Choimus; Christmas; Dazh Boh; Dongzhi; Goru; Hanukkah; Hogmanay; Junkanoo; Karachun; Koleda; Lenæa; Meán Geimhridh; Modranicht; New Years; Ras as-Sana; Rozhanitsa Feast; Şeva Zistanê; shōgatsu; Summer Solstice [if you're in the Southern Hemisphere]; Sviatki; Vánoce; Winter solstice [if you're in the Northern Hemisphere]; Yalda; Yule-tide; Ziemassvētki; and Коляда!With a hearty three cheers from Kris, Jen, Henry and Ezra!
Thanks so much Kris and happy holidays to you and yours!!!!!
Thanks, Gunn! :-D
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A City Photoblog about the city of Detroit. All photos, art and writing by Mary Stebbins Taitt unless otherwise noted.