Wandering Camera: February Quilting Inspirations

I’m participating in the Wandering Camera linky over at Whims & Fancies, and I’m hoping to use it feature the photos I take while I’m out and about. Frequent visitors here to my blog have already heard about my Valentine’s Day that wasn’t, but what I haven’t blogged about was the following weekend—the weekend of Scott’s birthday and our actual Valentine’s.

That weekend we did a lot of romantic things, including eating a scrumptious dinner prepared by my one and only! Saturday was so beautiful and spring-like that we decided to take a walk in the Village, an artsy area of town filled with cute boho shops, restaurants and bars. The Village is also the home of the Monon trail, a walking/riding trail that follows the path of the old Monon railroad track. The trail has been expanded all over town, so you can literally ride a bike to work from our farthest northern suburbs to downtown using the trail.

Thinking ahead to Wandering Camera, I took my camera with me on our walk and captured images that inspired me artistically. When looking for quilting or design ideas, I often pull these photos back out for inspiration. As you can see, I was fascinated by the shadows that day.

The Village sits near both the White River and the White River Canal, so there’s lots of prettiness.

The Village and the trail is dotted with artwork that also inspires.

Needless to say, I had a wonderful time! I hope you're inspired too.

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