From the Kitchen by onewing

From the Kitchen

Continuing my isolation photos for the 30 shots one subject theme.

I am slowly working my way around the house and today's photo is from the kitchen window.

I will try and catch up with 365 this evening. Even though all of our usual social activities have ceased at the moment I still don't seem to have much spare time on my hands. I have got a lot of new projects on the go so I think I could be kept busy for a while yet.
Lovely deck and beautiful pots in window sill 👍
April 6th, 2020  
oh bit by bit around the house - super :)
April 6th, 2020  
Interesting image tells the lockdown story well Babs, love the plaque I've some parts missing also, lol:)
April 6th, 2020  
Lovely view here..so pleased you included the window sill & your pots & I do like your plate..ha-ha..me too
April 6th, 2020  
Another lovely view and I like the assortment on the window sill
April 6th, 2020  
Did I see a kookaburra in this very nice outdoor place?
April 6th, 2020  
Beautiful shot and the window is perfectly clean. Love the window sill with those cute pots.
April 6th, 2020  
I am so enjoying your series of through the windows - love your pottery on the windowsill and such a delight your little plate -- ha ha same here too !
April 6th, 2020  
I love the pottery on your sill and your view is wonderful from this window!
April 6th, 2020  
nice display
April 6th, 2020  
@maggiemae Yes you did Maggie the kookaburra is in yesterday's shot through the dining room window which is next to the kitchen.

@momamo @koalagardens @pcoulson @happysnaps @kjarn @sangwann @beryl @louannwarren @cocobella Thanks. I hadn't realized until now just how multicultural my windowsill is. The pot on the left was bought in Yugoslavia in 1986, the next pot with the sunflowers in was bought in Israel in 1984, the little blue tea bag pot was bought in the UK in 1987, the next pot was from a little village in Cyprus when we lived there from 1983-1986 during our RAF days and the plaque on the right 'I am not a complete idiot, some parts are missing' was purchased in Mudgee New South Wales probably in about 1996.
April 6th, 2020  
This is a nice view into life:)
April 6th, 2020  
Lovely outlook.
April 6th, 2020  
I love seeing people's homes and gardens so I'm going to enjoy your challenge month.
April 6th, 2020  
Lovely place to hibernate :)
April 6th, 2020  
This is so pretty Babs.
April 6th, 2020  
Nice shot
April 6th, 2020  
Nice to be getting this guided tour of your house!
April 6th, 2020  
Your windows must be very clean, you got a lovely reflection.
April 6th, 2020  
Great capture, light
April 6th, 2020  
Loving the tour of your home Babs.
April 6th, 2020  
A lovely view, enjoying the tour!
April 6th, 2020  
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Lovely view, Babs. Nice text on the right side of the picture ;-)
April 6th, 2020  
A lovely composition and capture
April 6th, 2020  
Such an attractive collection of jugs and pots.
April 6th, 2020  
Your house looks modern & smart Babs.....I can see your bbq there & I love your sign....made me smile!
April 6th, 2020  
I think it must be in your nature to be always busy - isolation or not.
April 6th, 2020  
Great shot of you home.
April 6th, 2020  
LOL I like your plaque! Nice patio view!
April 6th, 2020  
Love the outdoor plants. I have two of those indoors all year around.
You have a nice view from your kitchen.
April 7th, 2020  
What a nice patio space
April 7th, 2020  
You have a fabulous patio.
April 7th, 2020  
Lovely view from your kitchen window Babs.
April 7th, 2020  
@pusspup @quietpurplehaze @tunia @pdulis @mittens @bkbinthecity @casablanca @ludwigsdiana @seattlite @flowerfairyann @craftymeg @gijsje @carolmw @mcmary @happypat @pyrrhula @olivetreeann @jgpittenger @homeschoolmom @golftragic Thanks. I am enjoying wandering around my house taking photos.

@helenhall Thanks Helen. Luckily I have lots of interests and even though a lot have been curtailed at the moment I still have plenty to keep me occupied.

@bruni Thanks Bruni. This plant used to be indoors too when my daughter bought it for me about 26 years ago. It moved from Victoria to New South Wales with us 24 years ago and was in our rumpus room until it grew too large. Then we moved it outside and when it got too tall there we chopped off the top and planted it beside the original. These two are the son and grandson of the original plant.
April 7th, 2020  
Fabulous... Fav
April 7th, 2020  
I bet you have viewed that scene many times over... My first home had the same brick
April 8th, 2020  
Like your sunflowers
April 8th, 2020  
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