Alison Miller recently wrote a piece in the Dallas News, Rediscover lost arts at Homestead Heritage's Brazos de Dios, the reason we day-tripped down to Elm Mott. It’s a great read.
Just a few shots after the break. The brooms were amazing. Their almost mystical connection to something that was once a living, flowering plant, that now has a new life. They mesmerized me and got me to thinking about the way we use products in our daily life. When was the last time you shopped, after Thanksgiving, and really found something made with love to give to your loved ones? Enough of this though, the pictures. Happy Sunday!
A living, flowering product, not just something you buy for 9.99 @ Target
Pastoral picnic scene outside the food court
Some of the finest custom boots available in the world
Wool in waiting
A real old-time hay ride
Cheese like you've never tasted
Another bee-lover in the making
Raising a barn
Winter seed gathering, Calabrese style
Wood oven pizza
Kids being kids
A gal and her chickens