Our Lady of Dying Hemlocks

4.02.2014


17 comments:

  1. You certainly have a way with things. Darkness in the light is always the most disturbing, but such beauty can be found there. I have no idea what I am saying. Other than that what your piece represents to me is disquietingly beautiful, or some such.

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    1. It's a bit like the old school prayer cards, I think. I do know what you are saying; I see a lot of sorrowful things in nature, and in some ways I allow that to crush me a bit, but I am training myself to focus on the beauties and be very present and appreciative of them. and now I think I am saying a bunch of gobblety gook. Thak you, for still coming by, Friend.

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    2. I saw a video that gave me pause recently. Something... about it. I see dark things, if in different places, and need healing. This might be even more targeted for you. Dunno, but... I thought to share it.

      Hrm? What other type of talk is there? *smile*

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    3. Urhm, links don't highlight. If you click on "share it", you'll be rewarded, if... your into... thoughtful repose.

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  2. Wonderful haunting image. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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    1. Oh my favorite Cat, you are too kind. Im glad you like it.

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  3. Such a beautiful and intricate painting dear chickory, the colours and detail are amazing. So good to see your art again sweet girl.
    love and hugs
    xoxoxo ♡

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  4. Your work is gorgeous.

    I hear you about nature. It's got it's own rules and fair really doesn't come into it. I suppose that's life.

    But there is heartbreaking beauty and I see it in your work.
    xx

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  5. hey sweet c,

    hopin' all's well at chickory

    miss blogging (somewhat)

    miss you

    <3

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  6. gorgeous !! & love, LOVE your funeral for a mole over on Instagram - wish I could pin it
    much love my friend xoxoxo Susan & les Gang

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  7. Good evening Chickory,

    The contest is ending. Please stop by for a visit Haiku Monday: The Finale

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  8. Hmm nn. Wonderful detail. Still....so ethng about the moth placement is too reminiscent of Hannibal Lector.

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  9. This image strikes me to the core.

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  10. This ... this. I'm working on a slain stag right now, and it got me to thinking of you and our friend Freya. xo

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