Saturday, 3 October 2009

Harvest Moon

Well that's what wonderful man told me it was and he knows about these kind of things.
(I just thought it was a full moon when I popped my head out of the front door!)
Isn't nature wonderful?

Us crafty types may try our best to create something beautiful

but we can't beat Mother Nature.


Colette said...

I was thinking just the same thing when I walked Lily through feils covered with cob webs touched by dew and beauitful conkers scattered on the ground. We try our hardest but good old mother nature does it far better.

Have a lovely week.

Sarah said...

I completely agree - this time of year is truely gorgeous - coughs, colds and germs aside....!

Diane said...

Totally agree. So many people dash by and don't notice it though. xxx

Simone said...

The Autumn is truly a magical time of the year. x

The Weaver of Grass said...

Good view of Hawes church too Fiona! Love the horse chestnuts - there seem to be plenty of them about this year - no doubt yesterday's gale brought them all to the ground. Hope you are all well.

Hen said...

Ah, there's nothing like a shiny conker, safely swaddled in its "shell" (does the "shell" have a proper name?)
Hi Fi, about the doorstop. We put 1kg of rice into ours but I would say it could do with a smidgeon more to be completely full but my sister was happy with it like that, a bit squidgy. Obviously, it would depend on the size of your doorstop; the base of the one I made was about 6" square.
Hen xxx

Joan said...

I'm afraid the boys were ahead of me and cleared the ground of all the horse chestnuts. Little darlings left the acorns alone so gathered them to display indoors.

Anonymous said...

I could not agree with you more.
Nature really is awesome, all aspects of it.
I wonder are there fairies dancing around those mushroom by the light of the full moon, I'd like to believe so...xox

Maggie Ann said...

God is my hero! What an artist he is!