Saturday, March 19, 2011

I am fur, feathers and wings.

Tahoe Trees
 1975 hand painted plate from West Germany
 I wish I could remember where I found these. I am thinking Fort Bragg.
 Black Eyed Susan earrings gifted from Nicole ,
and feather earrings were from Velvet Leaf when they had a shop in midtown.

Pin from Sacto Antique Fair
 Hello Hare!
 Moccasins were a re-issue to my wardrobe after my cat peed  on my originals that I got from Arizona.
Clip was found in Eureka at a local thrift.

 Tahoe Eyes



My new favorite blog
Can you guess what type of bird this is?
A. Colonial Poppycock
B. A Secretary Bird
C. Post Courier
D. A Frocked Willy
E. A Knickered Ambler

6 comments:

Violet Folklore said...

I'm going with Colonial Peacock, cause I like that name best (though they are all pretty amazing).

You are the cutest thing, and I love this collection of treasures from so many places and eras.

KLH said...

I bet it's a Knickered Ambler because it looks like it's ambling around the field and is clearly wearing knickers. What do I win?

Porkchop Rules said...

Great post as always...Love the clip on the shoes..what a great idea. Can't wait for another post....no stress...I know you are super busy. Thanks for sharing your favortite blog...that ant farm is amazing! WOW

flaming hag folkwear said...

yay, this post reminds me of our lovely recent chat! i was just trying to get some jewelry done and found a pendant that also reminds me of our talk...think i need to make it into a little necklace for you, hmm...
now back to browsing that blog you linked...

fashionfarmsandfreedome said...

hey friends! Thanks for the comments on my post.
Amb, lets coordinate a warm sunny river day together down here. You should do some photo shoots !
The mystery bird is ....
A Secretary Bird. But good guess Ken. I would also say that was a bird wearing knickers!

Kara and Nicole. You are the wind beneath my wings!

Milla said...

Wow, what a collection of treasures! I love the idea of attaching a clip to fancy up your already fancy mocs. And anything from C&C or its proprietesses is always amazing. Thanks for the link too. Will be checking it out. Happy SPRING!