Wednesday, January 25, 2012

WOYWW 138

Time flys when you're crafting!
It's Wednesday so that means only one thing.  
It's What's On You Workdesk Wednesday.
Visit Julia over at Stamping Ground
You'll see things that will amaze, inspire and fill you with envy!

My workdesk is a bit empty today.  Tomorrow is the first night that a newly formed photography group meets.  I  chose 5 photos that represent what I like to photograph. 
Woodpecker, lion, cow, flower, abstract architecture, light hitting table
A secret knitting project
Thanks for stopping by.  No matter where you are, what you do, make time for those things (and people) that you enjoy!

41 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Lovely selection of photos, Kay - hope you enjoy the new club. The yarn you are knitting with looks soft and warm, like the flecks of colour through it. Many thanks for all your kind comments and I hope your week is a good one. Elizabeth x #47

Jingle said...

A photography group, huh? That sounds like fun!

Karen said...

Great photos on your desk. I hope you enjoy your new photographic group :)

Have a great WOYWW, Luv Karen #80

May said...

Love you fav photo's the new club sounds great, and the knitting wool is beautiful, I hope you have a lovely happy week ahead, Hugs May x x x

Di said...

Hello Kay - oh boy, did I laugh here about your productivity going down on a Wednesday at work! But it ain't going down at home for sure - lovely knitting and I hope you enjoy the club! Di xx

Twiglet said...

Enjoy your photography group - I have always loved taking photos - its not half so much fun now its all digital.

Craftgirl said...

I like photography too. Was the Woodpecker in your garden? I love to see them on the feeders.
Have fun.

Carol

Lunch Lady Jan said...

Well, that's a random selection of photos, but funnily enough, they work well as a group. Wonder why that is as there's no common theme between them all - apart from the photographer of course! I LOVE the tiles in your previous post - I've got a thing about patterns of all sorts. Yummy :)
Hugs, LLJ #45 xx

mamapez5 said...

Thanks for stopping by to see my workdesk. I hope you enjoy your photograph group.I have a brand new camera that I am just getting to grips with. I also like taking random snaps of tile patterns, tree bark etc. I have made quite a few cutting files from photos of the wrought iron patterns in our village.
I like the yarn you are knitting with too. It looks cosy, what ever it is going to be. Kate x

Debs Willis said...

Super photos, particularly like the woodpecker, and the Mexican tiles!!

Happy woyww

Debs #117

Joanna King (aka Asia K) said...

Lovely creative desk :) Happy WOYWW! Hugs, Joanna #123
Ps. And you have a new follower now, too! :)

CRAFTY WOMBLE said...

Hello, sorry I didn't get by last week. Up to the eyeballs in finally selling our flat - yay! Hope you have a lovely time with your photography group. My favourite cow is the Highland Cow of Scotland. I search high and low for them whenever we visit (a couple of times a year usually :)

Sam said...

Lovely piece of knitting there. Fab texture. Nice photos and good luck at your new group. We have had a new crafting group started recently and quite a few people turned up which was good!

The Crafty Elf said...

Photography is something I have always loved (the lady with the camera)but recently I have had a desire to kick it up a notch and get a "good" camera to enjoy another passion of mine! Nice pictures! Enjoy the group get together!!!! Great knitting too...don't you find it relaxing? Very therapeutic! I've changed the bracelet size, it's actually an 8" bracelet. The balls measure 7" which was my mistake. Your comment led me to check out it's length again - thank you! Please add your name to the bracelet, you never know! Happy WOYWW and I always look forward to hearing from you!

Tracey Fletcher KIng said...

I love the textures in your knitting project... what a great artistic photo... happy woyww

sandra de said...

Great photos on your previous post. Looking forward to seeing how the knitting project progress

pat said...

Now you have my curiosity up! Baby blanket for a new baby??

Neet said...

Hey that knitting looks kinda nice (see I am talking like my friends here in CA). Love the stitch that you have used.
Hope we get to see the results of the photo meet - love your choices.
Thanks for commenting on my blog - sorry I am so late but lots of friends keep coming to see me and then tonight I did an English Dinner. Hugs, Neet #6

sandra de said...

The glue I used on the atc background was "Helmar Scrap Dots" which gave it quite a rubbery texture. That is probably why the acrylic paint didn't cover all the areas. But I think it made the background quite interesting. thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

Barb King said...

Love your photos in the previous post. Great color combinations, and light and shadows. I'm starting up a photo class with a great teacher next week. Thanks for the inspiration.

Raven's Rest Studio, Jennifer Conway said...

I'd love to take a photography course....or have meet-ups with other photography loving folk. Sigh - so many things to do and so little time to do them all! Looking forward to seeing the results from your group! *smiles* ~Jen

buggalcrafts said...

Love the poem. Thanks for stopping by my place!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there little Whimsy, thanks so much for popping over, and for sharing. yep love the pickies too but made me wonder why the lion wasn't having a mouth (or is it a chin and neck?) - best avoided it is it? like the flower and woodpecker one and the architecture - textured and interesting like your secret knitting. Happy WOYWW! Shaz in Oz. x #26

Lorinda said...

A photography group sounds exciting. I'm sure you'll be such great support and inspiration for each other. I'm intrigued by the knitting project....looks so nice and cozy.

Thanks so much for the visit to my blog Kay--and your welcome to WOYWW!!

Lou said...

Oh secret kniting project sounds very intriguing, the photos look great Hope you have a great week Lou #82

Mary Ann said...

A photography group sounds like fun. I think it's great to go out and meet people with similiar interests. It's a great opportunity to learn new skills:)

Sarah said...

Great photos!! the photography group sounds a great idea! Enjoy! Thanks for visiting my blog!! Happy WOYWW!! Sarah #147

Morti said...

The knitting looks very intriguing - what stitch are you using? Love your photos too!

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Color me silly, but isn't that SIX photos you have their? Your photography is quite excellent. At first glance I wondered why you had postcards on your desk. I'm excited by the secret knitting project. What could it be? A blankie? A sweater? Leg warmers? A scarf? Hat? socks? Mittens for kittens!?!

Angie said...

Have to agree about the envy bit lol. Hope your photo group went well ... your choice was interesting ...not sure what mine would be?.

lisa said...

Your photography group sounds fascinating. Have a great time.
A secret knitting project, Mmmmmm perhaps something extreme like a rug!!!! Only kidding.
Happy WOYWW
Hugs Lisax #128

Julia Dunnit said...

Like the yarn you've chosen for your secret knitting. Photography group sounds good, have just paged back and seen your Santa Fe pics, love the tiles too, I think your fellow photographers will enjoy your subjects.

Nicky said...

Love the photos and the secret knitting looks intriguing. Stanley is an ex racer he came from Ireland and was rescue by our local greyhound rescue centre as he was no good at racing - they make the best pets his my third lurcher/greyhound - thanks for visiting me and sharing your desk x

Anne said...

Love the photos and the knitting - love the colour of your yarn. Thanks for visiting me. Anne x

The Crafty Chick said...

Wow, only 5 piccies! That must have been hard to choose!

Leandra

Katie said...

I love your pictures, and am intrigued by a secret knitting project. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog :) The jars on my desk are actually Ikea spice jars, I like them because they have a nice big mouth I can reach into. Baby jars would be perfect too, and a lot cheaper...if I only someone I knew had a baby!

Happy WOYWW (on Thursday!)
Katie

Sue said...

Great photography and is that moss stitch I detect? I once knitted a jumper in pure wool with double double moss stitch and couldm't wear it because I would get to hot!!!! LOL! Happy WOYWW Sue xx

Brenda B said...

If there are only 5 piccies on the table, why am I seeing 6!!! Must be my eyes after all of that knitting, lol! I discovered there's a yarn shop in my local town that I never knew about, that could be very, very bad!!

Hugs
Brenda 97

sandysewin said...

Now you've got me curious about the knitting project! Love the little speckles in the yarn.

Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier this week. :-)

Happy Woyww! (on Saturday)

Sandy, #119

MaggieC said...

You are a real tease, girl. Can't wait to see what that knitting if going to turn out to be. Good luck with your photos, and enjoy yourself. xx Maggie #90

DottyA Cards & Things said...

Oh I bet the photography group is going to be a FUN meet!!! and the pic you picked are very intresting too.... let us know how that goes!!
Sooo... when will we see the rest of the knitting project???
Thanks for stopping by and leaving such kind words too!!