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A little touch of summer.

We had a day out today and despite the fact that the burglar alarm in the studio went off twice… we had a lovely time.

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We sat under a red and white umbrella and sampled grilled barramundi.

A good idea for a quilt?

Beach block

This little quilt has the blue of the sky, a funky umbrella, the seaweed and the cloth from our table.

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There's a very long bridge over the ocean to Granite Island at Victor Harbor and it was aver 100 deg but the sea breeze kept us cool. Horse drawn carriages travel back and forth.

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The water is so clear that unless it ripples you can't tell it's there.

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The colors and texture were spectacular.

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No real penguins, they were all at sea… we only got to see these.

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The photographer in the water.

So as you can see I have a lot of ideas for my challenge block.

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2 Comments

  1. Sally says

    So….we had a 3 degree morning here yesterday rising to a sizzling high of 16! Your beautiful photos of flowers, beach scenes and heat plus the gorgeous weekly quilts may just get me through the winter. Thank you, Pam! My psyche needed that lift. And I can look forward to the heat of Mexico even if I can’t physically be there, right?

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  2. Absolutely. I’m really excited at the prospect. Thanks so much for your comments they are greatly appreciated.

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