Sunday, October 25, 2015

For the record books

 We are enjoying the most beautiful fall weather I can remember in many years. Then again, my memory can fail me as easily as the leaves float from the trees.
The past three weeks have brought out all the colors.
I always want to bring those colors into the pottery, the tones are so beautiful and rich.

October will fast give way to November, then we are all in a down hill slide to winter.
Get out and enjoy some of these days as they unfold.

More salt jars in the works.

We'll let you know what is up next.



Cheers,
M

11 comments:

Linda Starr said...

We are getting the same fall weather, light frosts, warm days, and cool nights have made the colors reach their peak much more than the past two winters here.

Dennis Allen said...

OK, it's winter but it's North Carolina winter.

Laurie said...

Lovely leaves and lovely days!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

cheers :)

cookingwithgas said...

WE love fall and yes it is fall in NC- there is a reason I live here. :0

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

Lovely! I owe you a phone call to place an order. Need a garlic jar and bird house and who knows what else... :) Happy fall! I'm headed to MN next week and hope I haven't missed it completely. When I was there a few weeks ago, the leaves were just starting to turn and the sugar maple trees were gorgeous!

Michèle Hastings said...

I couldn't agree more about the weather. It's been absolutely perfect.

Sandy miller said...

So pretty! Last big wind took most of our leaves off the trees but the. I love walking through a pile of leaves! 😄🍁

Lori Buff said...

Love those fall colors.

Tracey Broome said...

It's the time of year when Seagrove shines, now you have me craving a trip there!

smartcat said...

Looks like you are busier than ever! a passel of (salt) pigs if ever there was!
Our swamp maples are mostly gone, The oaks and beech have begun to change. It's all very pretty.
Toes crossed that the weather stays like this for a long rime!