The origin of mountain streams is like the origin of tears -- potent to the understanding but mysterious to the sense. -- Mary Austin
The motion --- the snow --- the wind - Perfection
I just visited your blog for the first time...wow, love the pictures! And all that's written with them. I revel in nature and am an artist and was just cpativated by your images.
Absolutely stunning photo!
Vent dans les hautes herbes ...Légèreté , rêve ...Je veux bien que ce vent m'emmène ...
Love this, M! So simple, but with such movement.
I just found this blog, Maureen. So much to see here. This one is wonderful!!
Thank you everyone for your kindness to me ... for coming to my blog to look and enjoy ... for telling me you are here, for telling me how you feel when you see or read things I share from my heart. I really appreciate that. I don't have many regular readers ... some of you are among my very small group of blog readers and I thank you also for that. I am happy with the way it is, especially when people like YOU are enjoying my arts. MB, I'm so glad you found this blog. It's the one I tend to more artistically, though Raven's Nest also has lots of my art, a few poems, many thoughts both trivial and profound. Thank you for commenting. Your blog is absolutely wonderful - your poem every day. I admire your perseverance.
E. as always, dear friend ... you are so open to new things. To beauty. To friendship. thank you for just being who you are.
Jean, I had to laugh at myself tonight because I couldn't figure out (for a change) what you were saying in French. So I "translated" your comment with Google. You are so poetic. Thank you for such lovely words. Here's how google translated your poetic comment: Wind in tall grasses ... Lightness, dream ... I want well that this wind takes me along. thank you so much!
Tara, thanks for your always encouraging words ... it means alot to me that you like this image -- you have great taste, as evidenced by the amazing photography and design on your blog -- you have a great eye for beauty... :-D
Pam, thank you for your comment here, because without that it might have taken me alot longer to find your blog ... I admire how you are living your life, that even with ALS you continue to be so positive, so open to life and continue to do your art in whatever way your body lets you. You're an inspiration to so many people. I'm glad you stumbled on my humble blog and hope to see you around some more.
Endment, you are too kind. I am smiling at your comment -- I set out to make "snow" and I must have succeeded, though this is really just some layered photos, especially one I shot of our very smeary, dirty, steamy bathroom mirror after I got out of the bath. hehehe. I love your response, though. You got it immediately, what I wanted to say with the painting. thanks, good friend! :-D
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