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August 10, 2010

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Sandra Henderson

Reminds me of snowflakes falling on our Christmas tree w/the ornaments my great granny crocheted.
I posted a pic w/some Resurrection Fern tonite... XO

rae

what an eye you have for photography! your stones are even more magnificent in these surroundings. ;)

melissa

i like that contrast! your fine and delicate white stitches against the rough, earthy terracotta. beautiful.

Cozy Memories

terrific
I love how you placed your text like the stones in the ground's gaps
and of course how could I not notice the chicory ... (thank you !!) my beloved wildflower.
you have found such a neat idea, to photograph your art in nature itself.
good luck for your day, you're in my thoughts.
xoxoxo
Sonia

chikuchiku

I love your "Works" and your "Point of View"! Thank you so much! Your Blog make me Happy!! :-) Thank You!! PS German Chicory ist same Color. ~** chikuchiku

joanie

The colours look beautiful against the red earth. The top few photos look so much like a crochet caterpillar marching through a valley.
How amazing it must have been to be there so early capturing that light.

LindaSonia

Love these photos of your art so seamlessly enmeshed with nature. Glorious!! LindaSonia

annri

forming their own river... the one with the blue border makes me think of water coming up over its edges. so gorgeous!

Ruth

Now I'm worried. Were any stones begrimed terra cotta? Never mind the linen clothes. LOL

Bobbi

The beauty of your artistry gives me shivers:)

Dawn

Extra nice post today! I applaud your willingness to place your stones on the ground. Your blog always brings a nice warm feeling. Thank you for sharing.

jan

Are you in Canada? Where is this terrain? So beautiful - yet again, sigh...

Thank you for the nature Margie. Pure beauty.

Geninne D. Zlatkis

You took my breath away Margie *sigh...so beautiful.

hands follow heart

Great pictures! Beautiful setting.

Cassandra

Oooo! I love the second photo from the top...and the fourth from the bottom! Makes me want to travel into the photo. Hold the stones. Lay on the (I'm sure) very warm red ground.

Thanks for sharing!

arounna khounnoraj

there is a wonderful environmental art vibe about these pieces.
beautifully done.

mavis

what a lovely, juicy, photo essay! I love the river of beloved tones and the myriad of footprints visible in some of the photos.

THe Muse of The Day

I can not help but think "Andy Goldsworthy" with a solid dose of crafting creativity. Forget my comment about the water - stay at the badlands. Carolina

sarahblank

this is sooooo beautiful! Like Andy Goldsworthy Knitalatte style! One of these days I absolutely need to buy one of your stones to adorn my shelf!

elk

stunning in a natural and simple way

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