... I just wanted to make photos of the new stuff I made. For example those little baby sneakers. Why are my own feet so big? I wish I could wear them too *sigh*.
Or those leather wraps: Aquamarin with glass beads.
Türkis mit Glaswachsperlen.
Turquoise with glass beads.
But he thought, I had now enough played around with those things and stopped me by jumping up on my "photo atelier".
... für einen Bäuchleinkrauler.
It's time to rub my belly.
And because today is Sunday, he decided to give his feet a proper wash. Once a week is enough. Aha.
Till he is finished, I'll take you on a short walk through the late summer Gwundergarten. Japanese Anemone from the front...
...und von hinten.
... and from the back.
Die Rosen geben noch mal alles.
The roses are giving their best.
But the signs of approaching fall, can't be ignored anyway. However, I'm looking forward to the Aster time.
Staudenclematis (fragt mich bloss nicht welche)
Clematis (but don't ask me its name)
A Mountain Ash that tries to flirt with the Hydrangea "The Bride".
Another Hydrangea that I like very much: It's the star hydrangea Starburst. It's similiar to the Hydrangea Annabelle.
The bird feeder is rather busy. Sparrows, tits, nuthatches, finches and many more, seem to meet there. Not only I love it, but Noah as well...
And this is the reason, why I walk like Quasimodo today. I cut the hedge yesterday... (well just one side of it)
... and I had no man to help me. Sometimes I guess, my hubby tries psychological war tactics. During the first fifteen minutes he tried to help and started to tear out my wild young beeches, which I wanted to grow as a hedge *grmpf*. I could just stop him before tearing them all out. Then he teared out the brambleberry roots from the neighbours ground... but I found a more sensible job for him, but this one made his back ache. I guess, not only I was happy, when he could leave the garden because he had an appointment...
So my only male help was him. But his snout is a bit small to put in big branches. I guess, when I choose my pet the next time, I should consider it more carefully. How about a plow horse?
Ha, ha... very funny, Mrs Gwundergarten. Isn't it enough, that I chopped down this big tree for you? Show me a plow horse, that can do that!
There are other things, one can do with wood: a log garden, for example. I saw something similar in England and thought that might be a good idea for my own shadow garden. After the last winter, when the heavy snow broke some of our trees, we've got enough logs for the project.
I'm not sure yet, how it will look at the end... but it's worth giving it a try.
Hehe, and this is what let my hubby worrying about me: Kitsch alaaaaarm (he thinks, that is pure kitsch, but I love it).
So und nun mache ich mich wieder auf und davon in eine neue Woche. Habt alle einen guten Start und geniesst den herrlichen Spätsommer.
Off we go now into a new week. Have a good start and enjoy the lovely late summer days.
Häbet Sorg / Take care