I put the camera and the quilt in the car today
and thought I might snap some pictures.
When I saw the fluro vests I realised today might be the
last day to photograph the church around the corner.
The light was perfect and so I took a lot of pictures.
Trust me, this isn't all of them!
This quilt is beautiful.
Oh my, it was A LOT of work.
Way more work than it's size would make you think.
I did notice there were a lot of cushions and such like
on the flickr group and now I know why!!
Lol, I bet there are a ton of these babies in people's UFO piles too.
It looked so innocent to start with.
Isn't it lovely?
When I came by late this afternoon the digger was coming off the trailer.
I felt like crying even though I knew it has to come down.
Can you see the fatal red sticker on the door?
That's the manse next door,
it's only red stickered because the hall is going to fall on it.
There goes the power being cut.
It's all over really, bar the shouting.
Still this quilt reminds me that with perseverance
something difficult can end up something beautiful.
We are going to make it,
we are pulling together, our communities are getting stronger.
My love for my city is growing rather than shrinking
even if it makes you want to cry as it is being destroyed.