Trapped by Humidity

By: Jill Finger

Jul 20 2015

Category: Uncategorized

1 Comment

Aperture:f/3.2
Focal Length:50mm
ISO:200
Shutter:1/80 sec
Camera:Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS

wet spiderwebWhen Wes came inside from getting the newspaper yesterday morning, he told me the garden was full of sparkling spider webs.  I grabbed my camera and stepped outside.  I’m very glad I took pictures early in the morning and had this blog post planned.  Except for a quick trip to Bonnie and Paul’s house to check on their cat, I spent the whole day inside.  It was a heat/humidity day instead of a snow day.

The Black-eyed Susans are blooming.  Some have already been eaten.  The petals are all gone and all that remains is the center.

The spider webs were many and very sparkly. daddy long legs

There was even a daddy long leg–hiding from the spiders, I guess. house block

And, because I had to stay inside, a bit of sewing was done.  This is the first block of a new quilt project.  I love how it turned out.  The roof, which looks pink in the picture is actually a red check fabric.  It will get buttons for flowers and a button door knob, but after it’s quilted.  Meanwhile, I’m really enjoying this project.  Bring on the humidity!

One comment on “Trapped by Humidity”

  1. Very cute quilt! Love the black eyed Susan’s!

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