An irritating thing has happened in bloggerlady's technical process. The google program which provides our formatting, etc. tells us we can no longer change the picture of the drain in the sink. Nope. We have exceeded our allowable limit for image uploads (but just in that part of the blog). So we're stuck with that arugula between our teeth. And so far, we haven't found the advanced menu warehouse in iceland in the cloud where all my drain images are sitting there taking up server space. Go figure. Limitations change everything.
|sitting and thinking while not wanting to pay $ to add images of dirty drain strainer|
|Stilllife with bench and found sweater: Richard Piscuskas|
Two sets of images - not taken by iphones - but by better lenses. First three by Susan Needleman of Corral de Tierra
|Call and Response to last week's swallows nest|
|The Art Ranger wouldn't mind also seeing this upside down.|
With the great caption: "Do starfish do yoga?"
And Art Ranger also wonders if they crochet jewels underwater
"Sunlight flexes too rapidly, too complexly, on the river's skin for the eye to spot a recurrent pattern in it, from the bench or window, but I believe one is there. It is not anything I feel compelled to find, I don't believe I must know it's meaning. I know that the design inherent in such things is orderly according to some logic other than the ones I know. It is akin, I think, to the logic that makes one's life morally consistent despite certain lapses of judgement."
Phew! Enjoy the enjoyment, or the scrappy let-it-go facts of your existence. And please send evidence to FAF@homelandinspiration.org