A little lad - a cute little chap - watering a flower he has just planted in a garden. A smile of expectation on his face, a crop of questions in his mind. Will the plant flourish or will it fail? Will the gentle rains of spring and autumn bring it many fecund summers, or will the cold snows of winter stunt its ambitions? As many questions as there are stones in that dry stone wall, as many answers as there are swans in that sky. That is all you are going to get from me in terms of a prompt for Sepia Saturday 372 (post you posts on or around Saturday 17th June). You will need to plant your own post, water it with the cool richness of your imagination, and put it on display by linking it to the list below.
And here is what lies ahead in the more immediate future.
Watering cans, hoses, and sprinklers - oh my!
Recycling a garden post from 2012. I have used so many of my best photos over the years.
No garden, but a boy of a similar age doing something with intensity. Musical of course.
Five generations of family fun in the garden.
Rock walls and headlines
I've got 2 this week! First in honor of my dad with some sepia photos. Next will be garden walls...
Just add water.
I am thrilled to find Sepia Saturday. I have been blessed to have inherited family photos from the past and look forward to sharing them.
A little late - but a busy day today.
For my second post this week! Drystone Joe Dimwiddy leaves his legacy around the Clay Studio in Black Mountain and has a workshop just scheduled.
Sorry about clicking and making my name appear once again...please remove that last one from the list when you get a chance!
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