Friday, December 4, 2015

Found Art Friday 190

Dear ones,
St Bernardino of Realino really sounded like he might have been a great guy allowing pink babies to feel all on cloud nine.
Far too often it is a strain for Art Ranger to make a post about the art of the humble-everyday-moment due to the huge onslaught of sorrowful human events.  Why do some people feel compelled to make holes in other people until their mortal envelope leaks and ceases to be?
Baby Sock abandoned in space  -   discovered by Susan Needleman
The Squashed Abandoned Glove series by now has spawned many a stray item composing yet another orphan in the rough.
Good Morning Corral de Tierra, also by Susan - we live nearby in a corral of dirt, lucky enough to have a piece of sky.
Quite often, Art Ranger must post grafitti-like tags on Face(crack) when she sees fine images amongst her friends and colleagues and re-insert them here into Homeland inspiration.

Which reminds us that today we are welcoming some new local correspondents: The East Coast Athiests:
Ichneumon laying eggs in board
These role-model ish humans grow most of their own food and built their own house with their own paws, and well, they are not afraid to kill a living thing and painstakingly prepare to eat and render all it's earthy arty parts and share them with the neighbors:
The time came.
That is all for today.  May your energy leak love freely out of your hearts with no hesitation.

Okay you people with all those #hashtags# Hats off to you! for #hashtagging# it up, but to us it is like chewing on a thistle plant all day that can not ever be quite swallowed.

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