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October 26, 2008

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anna

i am absolutely amazed at the beauty of your rocks! incredible.

viv sliwka

Just found you and so pleased I have....your inspiraton, work, photographs are food for the soul.

ginny

your blog is truly inspiring... i love learning to 'see' through your eyes... the pebbles look wonderful in the frame. looking forward to your new project too.
warm wishes
x

Rane

I am enjoying the little christmas
tree like thing that you put
your stones on. Very holiday~ish.
At first I thought it was the
old strainer that your daughter
found because of the over photo...
very surprising. Even after the
snow your forest is lovely!
Rane
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Sonya

I can't wait to find out where the stones are going. And that frame really is the the best thing for photographing your beautiful rocks. I will have a think about the mushroom swap and tell you what I come up with!

The Mommy

Your covered stones are just incredible. I'm so jealous. You have the most amazing talent! I love that large one in the photos. I wish I had the patience for something like that! Oh, and the frame...sigh (simply gorgeous).

Whitney

I love the rocks in the frame! Very cute!

Jennifer

Your stones are so beautiful. I like the juxtaposition of the delicate threads on the hard stones. I will show my complete ignorance and ask if it is crocheting or knitting?

Rachel

Such beautiful covered stones! You really have the most wonderful inspirations and ideas.

jessica

I can't believe I haven't found you before, but I cannot get over the beauty of your crocheted stones. I MUST learn to crochet now, just so I can cover the bazillion stones I have saved in jars, that I stack to take photos of... Oh, the inspiration!!

mj

I love the pictures in the frames! I'd buy a print of those cropped close.

Penny-Elizabeth

Those are really beautiful images- the framing works really well!

Old beat-up stuff does work well in photography; perhaps a combination of the texture they give and the fact that we just like them. :)

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