Another item for the flowers-spilling-over-fence series — this one on Potrero Hill.
Estonian lamb puppet, begun here and continued here. Looking much more hand-made than the one I bought for Leslie at Chimera Gallery on Lopez Island (here). This one is “Little Lambie” to distinguish him from that one, who is just Lambie. Lambie was knit by one of the gals of Island Fibers (here), and Little Lambie was made with their wool! Little Lambie was meant to be finished yesterday (November 29) but he wasn’t actually finished until today (November 30 — just in time to deliver to a little boy!), but his picture is still November 29th’s picture of the day.
We didn’t go in here, but it was fun to encounter its bright lights this afternoon while walking down shaded Maiden Lane in San Francisco.
Sometimes cars get parked in their color-perfect environments: like this van here, which matches one of the colors in the leaves so well and like this car here from just over a year ago, which matched the brick wall behind it so well.
My first Thanksgiving on the west coast in many years!
A tree along my (bike) commute: I admired it yesterday and stopped today to take a picture.
Not very silky looking, is it? This tree gets its name from a silky floss inside its seeds. In that case, it’s rough on the outside and silky smooth on the inside! Read all about this fabulously curious-looking tree here.