Doesn't feel like we've had much of a summer this year. We've even had the fire on for warmth a few times!
We visited the pottery festival in Warrandyte this morning - a collection of artists who gather by the river each year to display their art.
It was a gorgeous morning for it, already 28 degrees at 10am.
Such happy creatures to welcome us!
Kind generous souls making available their home grown produce for peckish visitors to nibble at!
I'm looking forward to seeing the 2011 bench at next year's expo!
How amazing are the works in this photo by Jena Bedson of Jena Ceramics. I love those ceramic sunflowers. The birdbath and the planter on totems are so covetable!
I was so happy to meet Julia from Mud Factory again, we already have one of her 'chooks' in our garden!
I love this little ceramic mobile from madebytruly.
and of course I couldn't not take a picture of this hen!
Warrandyte village is filled with beautiful handcrafted items like this public water fountain:
And this crooked water vessel and mosaic bench at the bakery
There are tributes to Warrandyte's history as well, be it in a plaque or in a tile.
I love seeing a village taking pride in its history and its community.
Can you guess from my shadow what I'm carrying home from the market...?
I think they fit right in (the two ceramic sunflowers I brought home). I LOVE them!!
We had a great morning, thank you beautiful talented artists!
Master Bok wishes he could take this friendly fellow home...now wouldn't he be lovely on the front lawn! Someone for visitors to hug!