Unlikely to be appreciated

A misshapen knitted sheep
A misshapen knitted sheep

A few years ago I knitted a sheep. Knitting toys perhaps requires more skill than knitting garments. It is unlikely that anyone would appreciate my sheep as a gift, so I have kept the poor thing!

The photo challenge from the Daily Post is Unlikely.

 

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On the right lines

The photo I have chosen for the Lines challenge from the Daily Post has many, many lines. The refurbishment of the roof at Carlisle station was almost complete, when I was waiting for a train before Easter. I was under an awning, which showed the “before”, whereas the main roof was “after”.

Most of the lines of the roof are straight, but the railway lines follow a curved path through the station.

Carlisle station
Carlisle station

 

Nature is prolific

This week’s challenge from the Daily Post is Prolific.

Lesser celandine in profusion
Lesser celandine in profusion

This month the signs of spring have included some prolific wild flowers, sometimes growing in places where they are not welcome. Lawns are usually grass not weeds!

Primroses
Primroses

Roadside plants are another matter – the more variety, the better. (Actually, I think that is also true in the grounds of churches and other ancient sites.)