Monday, February 22, 2010

1,489

images were captured at the beach this weekend.

I still had time to knit a bit. Cotty sock nbr. 2 is well on its way to completion!

The weather was fantastic!! I'll share more pics with you after my shutter/mouse/knitting finger recovers a wee bit!

I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.
~John Muir

14 comments:

L-B said...

Oh, how beautiful!
And that seagull inspires me to strut into my day!

Susan {Florali} said...

Nice job of knitting the sea and sky into your socks! Beautiful blending.

Carolyn Parker said...

Do I see pink? What good, old Oregon beach is it? Love the Muir quote-- he is so fab. Look forward to more and happy week and finger recovery G.

JelliDonut said...

Thanks for starting out the week in such a lovely way. I'd also like to know what beach this is.

PenCraft said...

gorgeous photos (as you always post!) and lovely socks! I had to check out the pattern on this one. Yours are so beautiful!

Cornflower said...

Wonderful pictures, as always!
Coincidentally, I was only just reading that John Muir quotation as it appears in Robert Macfarlane's excellent book, The Wild Places.

Tia said...

that sunset is SO beautiful I honestly teared up !

Patricia said...

Nice Sunset-Beach-Socks!!!
I love the see :)... The smell, the wind, sand, shells and the sound of the waves.

Lorajean Kelley said...

the last photo is out of this world. You should seriously sell your prints. Or do you? Too beautiful

IrishgirlieKnits said...

Looks like a fantastic and gorgeous weekend Gail! Just lovely!!

And I see someone else thinks you should sell those photos...hehehe... you're working on it, right? :)

Rani said...

How do you do it. You have an amazing eye for color and light.

Anonymous said...

Great. Always nice pictures on this page and nice knittings. But waht is 1,489?
Greetings from Iceland
Corinna

Bloom fine art fotografi said...

Lovely images. Beautiful how you compose your "outdoor" experience with your knitting. Very lovely...it all flows.

Nartian knits said...

I missed Sassafras at Stitches West, but how did you sneak in knitting the Lenka Cotty? Love it by the way & your sock is what convinced me to buy a skein of that not-in-my-comfort-zone colorway.