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Friday, February 10, 2012

3 Mysteries

The red spot and the moon (February 9, 2012)
Surprise in the mail
Full moon in the trees
Just a few things to think about...to Wonder about...
Busy, busy, busy around here, so more later...

 Photos by NAE @pomegranatetrail ©2012

11 comments:

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

more moons--this was a potent metaphor for all.
(reposting here what I just posted at spiritcloth)I arrive late as always, living my day for night schedule. Still I love the stream of conversation, the like spirited other trash divers, and adore handstories story. I have a new dye pot working on the stove with all the gleanings from Fall's harvest, and I've torn some strips of fabric. I'm planning a bundle with tin can, and rusted things + copper. However, looks like the warm weekend will lead me out to the park for some nature delighting. There's always the evenings.

Ms. ∆×∆p×≥h/4π said...

--hope that wasn't as dumb as I now think it might have been (two referents will make no sense here)- sorry - but also to say, I don't see the red spot, and wow what is that rag woven thing? The stitching on the moon in the trees reminds me of grace. I'll go to sleep and wonder. Nite nite.

Jacky said...

Nancy, I love your full moon...beautiful little cloth.

Jacky xox

deanna7trees said...

is that red spot jupiter? i had to click on it to see it. and a great textural weaving. the moon above the hint of trees...nice.

jenclair said...

Full moon in the trees...mysterious and lovely!

woman with wings said...

Nancy, three goodies here! A braided rug or mat? I love the stitched moon piece and I do see the red dot beside the moon! xo

handstories said...

i think i see it, bottom left? or am i just seeing spots now from trying so hard?
& love the scattered tree stitching and flowered moon.

Deb G said...

I love how there is a hint of trees, just the way they sometimes appear at night.

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

YES i love the moon in trees,
REALLY love the trees....just as
they are...because it's HOW they
are
sometimes
~beautiful cloth~

aracne said...

I like the 'surprise in the mail', it has got everything: texture, colour and mystery.

Nancy said...

Thanks for playing along everyone! I will write a follow-up post soon!