I found these pincushions at an antique store and nostalgia drew me in. I recognize those pincushions – I grew up with my mother having pins stuck in one while she sewed. She made me Halloween costumes, doll clothes, and dresses. She hemmed my pants, since I was too short for most of them. I remember she would be upset with me for staying up late when I was young, because then she didn’t have time to knit my doll clothes for my American Girl doll for Christmas.
I loved the three similar boats following each other, tied up to the docks. I’m a fan of patterns and threes!
Everett Marina in Washington state.
Taken on my Polaroid Snap instant camera.
I took this shot on my Polaroid Snap instant camera. This was a collection of different doors and pieces of doors. I really liked how the colors worked together to give it somewhat of a “primary” feel.
I found this pegboard of locks, and I wonder what people would do with them without the key? There were some keys, but some of these locks will likely never be reopened. You have to wonder what kind of secrets these old locks kept hidden away.
This house is in the Everett Marina I’m Washington state. I’m not sure what historical significance it has, but it’s beautiful to look at, and slightly eerie.
Taken with my Polaroid Snap.
I took this shot on my Polaroid Snap instant camera.
This bell was at an antique store, but looks like it’s actually being used at the front desk. I saw it and was so captured by it, I didn’t notice the woman standing just to the left of this shot. I gave her a rather sheepish look and skittered away when I realized she’d been watching me the entire time I was ogling her bell.