First, Steve from An Urban Cottage paid us a visit last week. He's suggested a few times that a certain wall in the shop would make a great photo backdrop, except for the color behind the architectural 'thing' we had set up there.
This green does not make a good backdrop for flower photos. The wainscotting in the front was painted this color too, so we painted it cream for photo friendliness. Now we're talking about changing the paint color for the whole shop. Grey has been suggested. Pale pink has been given some thought. All with cream accents...I think. Anyone want to throw in their few cents worth? or, rather, gold mine of information?
For Rachel, I took more photos of the rabbits eating. Nothing very exciting here except for Georgette trying in vain to raid the kibble bag.
Then, the wonder of my Thomas Jefferson begonia given to me by a dear customer: well, she brought me several leaves from her plant that has its origins at Monticello from Thomas Jefferson's collection.
I planted the leaves in soil and lost all but one of them. The survivor rooted in and thrived. Everyone wants to buy it, but I say no. And the other day, the beginning of a flower appeared.
Two days off ahead! A film might be just the thing.