Hi there!I am going to work hard to be the big winner!Thanks!M
There's a huge amount of compressed energy in those stones. Put this on my shortlist of prints to choose from when you pull my name out of the hat. - David French
Hi Michelle,Okay, you got my attention and pulled me away from Facebook for a night. Even got me to sign up for a google account. I'll be back! --jrs
arghghgblog commenting can be tricky... apparently someone else is also commenting at sametime, as mine ws wiped out
This photo gives me hope that spring will finally emerge. I'm ready for it.
From Steve email, oh those mossy green rocks, a firmament among the soggy, rotting browns, and then that little fern or juniper branch and its shadowy presence. Wonderful. Reminds me of all those Minnesota winters, waiting, waiting. The snow is finally melting, sun is finally shining. The warmth is reaching down and the shoots are reaching up. The image smells of dampness drying, a fresh and hopeful smell.
From Stephanies email, I'm game! I spy, with my little eye, a slice of Vermont~naturally... complete with earth tones both light and heavy as is the subject matter.