Friday, October 23, 2015

Found Art Friday 185

Dear ones,
We are back from the actual Homeland, which is  of course Inspiration.  Our beloved rectangle of Colorado has gotten very full of people now.   
Stray moments for you:
Cause for pause - isn't it just right?  El Camino rolls right off the tongue.
 After coughing too much, Art Ranger found her dream car in the humanbody-repair parking lot.    Included in the siting are instant memories of shag carpet colors from our 1970's childhood along with a polyester music teacher with a hand-hemmed grandmother-mint green leisure suit.  

We are please to see that our diaspora of art thinkers have responded with images:
 Bonnie Hotz on a walk outside Salinas.  What is it about abandoned single items that gets so  ...  ?

And a Tar Whale swims its way across our surfaces:
Witnessed by Normi Burke on foot

Urban Effort Rhythms noticed by Tyler Blik
Despite all the clicks and likes, we still do like to inform one another physically.

Art Ranger hardly ever finds "news", to be as beautiful and inspiring as this:
"Kayaktivists" who may have helped Shell Oil to not drill the arctic.
Until we meet again, in person or in "inbox", please send your findings to 

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