Sunny weather sunny pots.

The view from the bird hide on Lamb Island up in the river near here. There were no birds hiding in there though, there never are unless it’s just that I never see them and they are doing an amazing job at hiding and making themselves look like wooden benches.

Big bowl out of the kiln, more brushed slip and some love apples.

This is the way that you get to Lamb Island, over an old railway bridge.

New plate and some new oval dishes in the back ground there that I forgot to photograph. It’s been a busy old day today. Packing up pots that will be delivered to the Forestry Commission at Glentrool tomorrow just in time for their visitor centre to reopen for the season. They keep a display of my pots there throughout the season. It’s a fabulous place to visit, especially if you want to get out into the Galloway hills.

The view on the way home tonight.
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6 Responses to Sunny weather sunny pots.

  1. Big Al says:

    Hannah, I like the brush stroke slip on the pots. It gives it a plank floor look that is stunning! I've not seen that before and really like it.Now, if I could just get that Victoria sponge to not fall!

  2. Ron says:

    Pots look great H.

  3. Gosh! I just love your work it is spot on!

  4. Lori Buff says:

    The texture that you're creating with the brush stroke slip is wonderful, I really love it.

  5. Linda B says:

    Lucky you, it's really rainy and miserable here in London

  6. paul jessop says:

    Hannah, those new pots look fab, what a day! such great pots and a beautiful sun set to finish off the day.

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