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September 30, 2009


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Oh what a beautiful poem...and as for a favorite circle... the yellow one with the purple leaf... although I usually do not choose purple for myself. I love the reds and oranges though!!!!
I guess that purple is just so unusual!! Thank you for all of your hard work... and your daughter. This is a feast for the eyes. I will have lovely dreams.

dear friend you are simply amazing.


Your porch has the most beautiful and exciting life ! Love your today's ephemeral art, fanstatic leaves colors matching perfectly with the porch table. Are these iviting autumn beds for snails ? :)
Can't wait to see your orange Oktober !


I keep repeating I'd love to come "visit" your porch ... but it's right, how much I would love to. I was thinking like Nanou, have the snails tried to visit the colorful circles of life ?
Um ... shall I tell you now that you won the giveaway of last Wednesday, or do I wait a bit ?! ;-) Congrats, my friend ! Big hugs too, and Happy October ! xoxoxo
PS : everyone is back to healthy tummy, thank goodness !

Denise  @ A Bun Can Dance

How beautiful! As my eyes moved from the first to the second picture, I got the impression that the pebbles were actually spaces cut out from the surface below, as my eyes saw them curving inward rather than outward! And I particularly like the sense of time passing as you scroll through the images - shown through the slowly drying surfaces of the pebbles. I would generally say I am a 'colour' person, but my eyes are more attracted to the pebbles than the leaves, and I think this is because of the light reflected by the wet surface of the grey pebbles.
Thank you so much for sharing this! And your orange collection has the essence of Autumn.
D x


Hello Margie,

I began admiring your blog yesterday via Cozy Homemaking! Congrats on winning the treasures!


What a visual feast! Very appropriate that you set it all out for us on your porch table, that creative space where inside and outside meet.

I want to memorize that lovely poem. Thanks for sharing.


Dear Margie,
This morning,it was almost 10 o clock here in Holland,I stumbled on your lovely blog...now it is almost 17.00...and I am still here!I am really really impressed and in aw with everything you do.I have been looking at all your lovely posts and crafts and getting inspiration and just felt I had to let you know I spent the day with you(of and on,:))I will drop in more often for sure!Happy to have found you!kind regards,Dees


oh, wow. i am in love with your ephemeral art everyday, but with this installation, you've outdone yourself! the leaf and stone flowers are gorgeous.


Such an interesting mix of the ephemeral and the enduring. Lovely.


gorgeous. Those rock/leaf circles are great. They remind me of something my favorite artist, Andy Goldsworthy, would create. I have a feeling you would love his work (but you probably already do!)


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only an artistic soul can love the poems, lovely!
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