I have mostly been quilting Red Manor House so no sewing to show today. And it has also taken me, mostly, away from my sketchbooks. However a couple of things to show. I added the watercolour of a (it seems we have at least three) wagtail to one of my sketchbooks.
and I finished the pencil drawing of same wagtail.
You may remember that last year we visited Taunton Minster to see The Moon.
Last week we visited Exeter Cathedral to see Gaia - The Earth.
Gaia rotates and is much bigger than The Moon. Both spectacular and well worth viewing. The blue lighting in Exeter Cathedral was also stunning.
Have a good week and I will see you again in March!
Wow, that is amazing... well worth going to see..... keep at it with Red Manor....ReplyDelete
Your wagtail is just so sweet Lin. xxReplyDelete
Love your sketches! You are so talented. Thank you for sharing the Exeter Cathedral photos!ReplyDelete
Hi Lin beautiful pics ,your sketchers are beautiful 🌹🤍🌹ReplyDelete
Wow, Gaia is really impressive!ReplyDelete
Loving your feathered friends in your sketchbook. I can't imagine how spectacular the moon and earth were to see.....thanks for sharing xxReplyDelete
Your sketches are amazing! See you next month :)ReplyDelete
The colors in your sketchbook are breathtakingly beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the photos of the Moon and Gaia installations in the Cathedrals...it is a wonderful experience for sure.
Many greetings to you, I wish you a nice and happy week. Viola
Gaia does look stunning. I shall keep my eyes peeled to see whether she shows up nearby..ReplyDelete
Loving your sketch book. WoW!! The earth looks amazing as does the cathedral.ReplyDelete
Your sketches are so lovely.ReplyDelete
Love your wagtails! And oh my gosh, that earth is amazing!ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures from the cathedral. I wish I could be as good with a pencil as I am with a needle; lucky you to have a variety.ReplyDelete