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Black and White Wednesday…

I so enjoy these Black and White Wednesday Posts… The detail of black and white that gives us a different perspective of an image is at times breathtaking…
(Erin holding Alice)

I am filled with gratitude that my children can grow up with their chickens, learning to care for them, understand their behaviour and love them…

I am filled with gratitude that these beautiful hens lay us the most wonderful eggs each day and nourish us…


One of my favourite birds, the Guinea Fowl…
Please pop by these wonderful blogs to see more B&W Wednesday beauty:
The Knitty Gritty Homeasted Blog 
Morning Sun Rae Blog
Running With Needles
(I will add all the links here, let me know if you have a B&W Wednesday post:)
xo
Linda
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Black and White Wednesday…

PS Don’t forget to leave your links in the comments if you have blogged B&W Wednesday:) or even if you haven’t we would still love to hear from you…
xo
Linda
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Black and White Wednesday…

I love this photo of Kye at the farm, he was about two years old, full of glee, (which he still is)… His hair is almost this long again…. So sweet…

Happy Wednesday
xo
Linda

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Black And White Wednesday and Wip Wednesday

This B&W Wednesday post was inspired by the rocks on Spiros Beach, as you know I love rock formations. The striations and weathering created by the sea on these beautiful flat rocks just had to be photographed.

My WIPs

This is my Aestlight Shawl off of Ravelry that I have been knitting. I have been wanting to knit a shawl for ages and this was the perfect one:) I love how the colours are knitting up:) The name of this sock yarn is called Agapanthus, a flower that is indigenous to South Africa and the colours really do represent the colours of the flower. This sock yarn was dyed by my wonderful friend Carle’ from Nurturing Fibres, she has the most amazing sock and roving club on Ravelry and produces beautiful sock yarns and roving quarterly for the club. She also has an Etsy shop, Nurturing Fibres. She is such a talented dyer, I love her yarn!

Finally, I have blocked my Shalom Cardigan, it is so soft, I cannot wait to wear it, I just have to sew on the buttons and then it is finished!

Happy Wednesday to you all:)
xo
Linda

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