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August 28, 2009

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nanou

Every forest dreams of such appointments !
Your fall, I mean "the fall by Margie" is so promising ...
Whatever the weather, have a good Friday ... hoping you'll still be able to enjoy your special and traditional Friday dinner on your porch !

Denise  @ A Bun Can Dance

Stunning! I am fascinated by this installation. The snakeskin - so beautiful, and indeed looking like a piece of fallen crochet lace- magical. Happy weekend to you,

kathi

More beautiful photography! Thanks so much for sharing your walks in the forest!

Rane

I am truely suprised that mother Nature did not claim your lace
long ago...I guess even she has been enjoying it. I think that
the stone with no two crocheted lace one it is quite ready for winter to come... it looks so nice and warm... I do hope that this is at least a year project... although I guess once the snow falls we will not be able to see them... but I am curious to see them next spring after the winter... nature tends
to claim every thing after it has had a winter out side.
I love all of your mushroomy cuteness... and can't wait to see what you make!
Have a nice weekend ... I think that summer is at it's end and we will see fall soon. Here the crab apples are already on the ground and the leaves are not far behind.
Loads of love to all of you!
Rane and kids.
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Ereisa

Have you read "Teaching a Stone to Talk" by Annie Dillard? Your observations on nature remind me so much of her writing. If you haven't, I think you would enjoy it so much!

Andrea (noricum)

Those aren't scratches in the fallen tree, they're tunnels left by insects, and the bark falling off has exposed them.

Tracie

I am new to your blog but had to comment. I LOVE this idea. I am going to make an installation of my own! What a delicious idea!

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