Drift wood, dried Lamb’s ear and onion flower in glass with Pebbles.

Give thanks to the Lord for His unfailing love.

Psalm107:11
Drift wood from a beach in France, Pebbles from a beach in Dorset. Now dried Lamb’s – ear but it was originally picked for my blog “Lamb’s – ear from the garden ” when I had just picked it,
it was pale green. Three Alliums dried before they went to seed. They are the same flowers from my blog “Sun, Pebbles, Fern, 3Zinnias and Tutsan.” They slowly dried while hanging in a dry cool place.
Softness at the centre of a triangle of drift wood on glass
The Lamb’s-ear leaves drooping in a soft form. They have become a shell-pink and the flowers have lost their shiny black seeds. The texture of the salty black, brown drift wood is coarsely textured against the softness of the flowers.

Of all earthly music, that which reaches farthest into heaven is the beating of a loving heart.

Henry Ward Beecher

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