Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Yesterday's Walk



8 comments:

Mary Richmond said...

i have never felt more grateful for having sand in my shoes ;-) we're getting rain and sleet today but at least no mud! poor you!

Cris in Oregon said...

You can find 'art' in anything. Look at the designs in something natural like Mud. That said.. YUCK..MUD.. grin
It brings to mind westerns where women wore long dresses and got their hems in the mud crossing the streets. AND NO WASHING MACHINES. now THAT is yuck. LOL

Cestandrea said...

Suki, these are beautiful pictures, a wonderful series, together with the ones from the other day!
I love the bubbles and the colour of the mud, the reflection of water. Beautiful!
And thanks for your comments on my blog, and telling me about your experience as a published writer. I guess it takes time to meet the right persons, those who can bring us elsewhere...
I'm off now to print the text of your novel, so that I can read it (I'm at part time job and have forgotten my glasses at home:)
Andrea
blessings for your MUM!

human being said...

Oh so great! A shift in the attitude... beauties found in the mud...
Suki, you are a real Libra.. a balanced view... mud is good ... mud is good when eveyone can unconsciously paint something on it... but just a conscious mind like yours can see such paintings...
Thanks for sharing them with us, Suki.

marianne said...

Oh no ......more mud.
Well at least it's an object to take pictures of so it is good for something.
Did you try handpainting already?

Annie said...

Patterns - one could use these photos for arts and crafts inspiration, Suki Poet.

sukipoet said...

thanks all. One could also use the mud for a mud pack which is supposed to be very relaxing. I especially love the bubbles which are really cool if you enlarge them.

Natalya said...

that's some beautiful mud...