Fruit on the trees, sandstone socks
This beauty is the yarn Vicky dyed for the Harvest Moon. It is so gorgeous and remind me of sandstone striations. I enjoyed knitting this very much and have the second sock on its way also. The first sock took just 2 nights knitting, not bad is it?
I've decided NOT to give up on the noro yarn. I will go back to knitting the socks because I don't like to be beat. Also this yarn was very kindly gifted for the Hospice appeal and I'm sure they would prefer it knit up as socks rather than donated as a ball of yarn, don't you?
Then we went for a little stroll along the promenade today and I got Mr Mog to photograph these beauties to see if anyone can identify please? They have flowered all summer and smell very much like sandalwood or frankincense. Both the leaves and the flowers. Anyone name it?
Then as we are coming up to Autumn Equinox it seemed apt to photograph some of natures fruitfulness.
The above 2 photographs remind me of strings of tomatoes:) It is pretty wonderful though when you think all these were taken right by the very windy beach.