Sunflowers and Mushrooms 7

Here in the southern parts of Australia this time of the year things are green, and about to have patches of bright yellow canola in paddocks, and clumps of golden wattle (acacia) on shrubs and trees in gardens and in the bush as spring gets ready to burst into flower.

Right now just a sunny day would be nice!

(Oops! Some of you will be seeing this for the second time ….. I hit the publish button before I changed the schedule date!)

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5 Responses to Sunflowers and Mushrooms 7

  1. Marie B says:

    We are green here too, ‘cept the yellow is sour sobs and a pretty purple as well, salvation jane. I like the quilt, but it’s not my cup of tea.

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  2. averyclaire says:

    I hope you have a sunny day now. We have had a LONG, HOT, and fairly WET summer and SUNNY summer. I LOVE the sunshine and ADORE this quilt. Love the sunflowers and mushrooms!!!! Have a great day.

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    • Averyclaire,

      Snatches of sunshine, but not a sunny day yet!

      There are lots of yellow patches though …. wattle trees and shrubs, and paddocks of canola are flowering.

      Judy B

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    • Averyclaire,

      Our winter is cloudy, cold and damp! The wattles are just out in flower, the canola is starting to flower, so the colours of the quilt are coming alive, though the green is lighter than the quilt.

      Judy B

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