Off to join the group while catching up with myself.
Into the starkly defined converted barn/workroom.
Just as well she can't see what is following her . . .
Groping fingers across our cottage door
and an admonishment to seek salvation and mount the steps
to the chapel . . . unfortunately it was locked!
I am so happy that you made it to your daughter's seminar. It seems like it was a grand time. The women in these photographs look very stylish! I love the old stone buildings!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos Arija; the area seems to be quite nice and well kept.ReplyDelete
Love the captions along with the content! ;)
Such lovely and creative shadow shots, Arija! I love them! Beautiful old building, too! Such a great variety and wonderful composition as always! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!!ReplyDelete
Nice shadows, Arija. I bet the warmer weather must be very welcome noe that spring is here.ReplyDelete
Great shots - the lighting is beautiful!ReplyDelete
This is SO fun! A great batch of shadows. Love the stone barn.ReplyDelete
Beautiful variety of crisp shadows! Love the delightful atmosphere in the first shot and surrounding the barn/workshed!ReplyDelete
Love your shadows, your shots are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos, you have some lovely memories with these.ReplyDelete
These are wonderful photos, I enjoyed viewing them.ReplyDelete
Was so pleased to see that you'd visited Textilosophy and left a comment. I've heard on the textile grapevine that Glenbarr Station was a great success and lovely experience for all. Exciting for me to see your photos of the event.xReplyDelete
A lovely series of shadow shots this week. It appears that the weather was playing nice! That second one is my fave :)ReplyDelete
Hope you have a super week ahead!
Looks like a nice day with great shadows! Love the colourful plaids you are wearing!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful place to work out of and your art work is fabulous, so rich in Nature's hues, I simply must read more!ReplyDelete
If we don't respect our Mother now, what will become of us, empty shells just taking and consuming...how sad AND DEPRESSING this scenario is. Overpopulation is an issue of mine, we are encouraged to breed like rabbits, fueling a hidden government agenda to service the super wealthy. Grassroots have always grown out of governmental lies and deceptions, hopefully people will awaken to the lies and start to care for one another and to respect the Mother...not in my lifetime for sure.
Hopefully when I come back things will have changed for the better of the planet, if there is even a human race to reincarnate into, if not, I'll take what I can get, surely something with higher connections to the Mother!
Have a wonderful week and if you don't mind, I'm adding you to my sidebar so I can come back and visit...namaste!!!
PS...sorry you couldn't see my rock of ages!
I had the same problem last week.ReplyDelete
I like your shadows!!
lovely shadow shotsReplyDelete
Love your shadow shot this week! It looks like a nice day for being outside.ReplyDelete
mine at at the Pagan's Eye
The day is young, the sun is still rising. And the shadows of this welcoming place are lovely. The look all around is of an unpretentious place. Bungalows and stone harken back to long ago and a simpler time. Happily you were transported backto such a time. Nice!ReplyDelete
What a great series of shadows! Looks like a lovely spot to visit!ReplyDelete
beautiful area and buildings. I'd love a studio there.ReplyDelete