Oct 31, 2012

This morning started with a splended post by , with the pics of Great Grey Owl ! And I remembered that there are owls that live just in my town.

They occupied two crimean pines on the central boulevard, and they seem to feel good here. In the daytime they are almost motionless, so, it was not difficult to take the pics. Below you can see two more. By the way, I've counted 14 screech-owls on two trees! Rather good result for two trees and one town, don't you think? :)

Oct 29, 2012

Today morning I've bought something like this:


Pumpkin is sweet like honey. It was written so, rough and large, on a gray cardboard with the green marker. Here the market sellers like those ads. I tried the pumpkin, and it appered really sweet! I also added some apples and a lemon to my basket. The evening salad would be like that:

Oct 22, 2012

Scarf Knitting Season resumption. :) Now - with winter variant (30% wool, 70% acrylic). Here it is, 185 cm long, 16 cm wide, 200 gr weight .

 I called it "white coffee" (in Russian we say "coffee with milk"). Above you can see two more pics of the scarf, and variants of yarn I can use for the same model.

Oct 21, 2012

Deep October. Our street vernisage returned to its winter location.

Oct 20, 2012

The day started with a huge fog, but to 12 am it gone. And we went to the city museum yard, all our family.

Oct 19, 2012

I continue with my Scarf Knitting Season. Here is one more. I called it Passadobl. It looks so spanish, don't you think? :)

And some peculiarities after the jump break:

Oct 16, 2012

Every autumn I visit Stary Krym, a small town near Feodosia. There is an armenian monastery not far from the town, called Surb-Hach (Holy Cross). It's situated in natural bowl, in the wood. I love this place, it's so quiet and calm. 

I've started the Scarf Knitting Season. Here I plan to show you some of my products. So, this one I've called "Florence". 100% acrylic, 100gr, 150cm long.

Please, feel free to tell me what you think about it. :)

Oct 13, 2012

Sometimes I think that our town is the town of cats.

Cats are everywhere. They greet you near street caffees, they sleep on the counter of books stall and on the goods of utensil shop...