During the summer we spent two glorious weeks holiday in France.
Visiting a small town with a chateau I spotted this on the path to the entrance .... just in case you weren't sure where you were going!
One of my prized possessions - a plate from Belleek Pottery, made by my father for my christening and painted by C. Arnold. I just love the spider details in it.
MadeI've finished quite a few knitting projects in the past year but this one I'm particularly proud of and actually knitted it twice for presents. It's a technique called brioche knitting - that means it's double sided - and the pattern is from Nancy Merchant's book Leafy Brioche.
At the old graveyard in Ballyshannon - I could have used this for metallic as well. Again, it was the patterns that took my eye.
In the same town as the chateau I spotted these modern plant frames - aren't the shapes great? Ignore the fact that it's covered in pigeon poo!
My own choice
Ropes on the Carlingford Lough Ferry - I just loved the texture
So that's it from me for this month - I hope you'll take a look at some of the other people who post great photos from around the world in this challenge. The link is here.