black and white and thankful


for wooden spools of light and dark thread . framed tools my mother once used


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as the soft light envelopes each day I breath in thankful and attempt to feel it
one month of simple gratitude will be posted on the almost completed black and white blog
I am participating along with with Joy and Curious Girl .... grateful for community . always

15 comments:

Barefoot from Heaven said...

Hi Elk love these B&W's.
Ps I didn't forget about your birdies. I've got the site in my favorites and do do do will order soon. just so you know.
Hugs D.

Freshly Found said...

Beautiful. I love vintage craft tools and supplies!

Mary said...

lovely image of your mother's tools. beautiful words, too. :)

ELK said...

thank you Dagmar for your visit today

FF and Mary ..I am so thankful I thought to frame them..they are a treasure to me now that she is gone.

Debra said...

Lovely images and words :)

Mari said...

hey there old friend :)
missed you and your corner, just wanted to come by and say thanks for checking in with me from time to time, it meant a lot. hope all is well with you, come by and say hi at my new corner :)
http://herthirdeye.blogspot.com/

elizabeth said...

There is so much softness in that image of the tools.

smith kaich jones said...

it has been a long day and i find that coming here at night is as nurturing as beginning my day here. it is indeed a soft place to pause, much needed.

xoxo
Debi

koralee said...

Your black and whites are amazing!!! xoxox

sherri said...

the tools look like antiques. very good subjects to photograph. looks like you were ready to create.

rachel awes said...

so simple. so profound.
it's all we need.

spread your wings said...

wonderful black and white.
I think it's so neat that you framed your mother's tools - what a treasure.

maccandace said...

Lovely. I like the idea for your black and white blog. "Almost completed," it's a good way to get reinspired for the finale.

Relyn said...

I love these tools of your mothers. There is much heart evident in these images.

Leslie Avon Miller said...

In the tools of our mothers I see their hands, capable and sure. I see the times that enveloped them, the tasks they completed. I see them. I see us. And I appreciate you.