Tuesday, 2 August 2011

where I live now

This has been my home for the last 10 years: a windy countryside with rough charme on the edge of  England. High skies with huge, slowly moving clouds, translucent colours and hundreds of medieval churches popping up in the fields like friendly ships. Villages on the brink of falling from the cliffs into the sea.


Leslie Avon Miller said...

Sue - I am sooo glad you stopped by and waved at my blog, because I am very touched by your work. Your assemblages are quite meaningful and pull me in to look around. I have often thought of doing a few as homage to my ancestors...and never quite pulled it off. How fabulous that you know your story back to the eras of many generations ago...I am so pleased to have found your blog.

Sue said...

Leslie, I actually would like to know more about my ancestors - but the Germans are such a vibrant mixture of "passers-through" over the centuries that it's very difficult to track back individual generations. So why not make them up ...!?