Saturday, January 28, 2012

...leaves you all the parts you enjoy...


this is a machine that takes your life 
& does all the hard parts 
& leaves you all the parts you enjoy
 & almost everyone discovers they're not the parts
 you'd think they were at first glance 
~storypeople

it's a very, snowy
blowy day today.
i believe it may be
a creative juices flowing day.
a day of 
my hands wrapped around my cup
of coffee day.
while i am wearing my 
warm pj 's day.
 enjoying the talents of the people on this
screen in front of me day.
i will be heading to shadow land.
for yummy sun and shandows.
 then to my fellow participants
later...
as the snow settles.
i will take a walk outside.
and witness it's beauty 
through.
my.
lens.
enjoy your day.
just BE.
robin.

20 comments:

Ralph said...

This is a very cool work of art, its (sort of) clothesline shape topped by a fleur-de-lis. Given the monotony of the snowy outdoors, warm indoor shadows are to be pursued - with shadowy captures the reward!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I know it's not, but the object you photographed looks like a crown with a keyhole in it. Hmm...wonder what I could do with that, and where I could go...

sarayutouched said...

oh the possibilities are endless mmt!! love that this is what you saw in this today.

Sylvia K said...

This reminds me of a type of vessel I saw on the alter of a cathedral in Spain when I lived there! Amazing all the different things we all see, isn't it! Great post for the day, Robin!

Sylvia

sarayutouched said...

...this actually is the top to a glass coffee carafe. i will photograph the two sometime and post it.

Kelly said...

I'm glad you filled us in on what this is - it had me baffled! It's quite lovely.

CanadianGardenJoy said...

Robin this is a very interesting piece : ) I just found Kim Klassen's blog/info and now I know where all these gorgeous pictures I have seen on blogs are initiated from ! I too want to get sinto this craft .. it makes simple pictures look amazing.
Yurs is wonderful girl !
Joy
PS I don't know what it is but it is beautiful ;-)

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Love your silvery shadow & we were thinking it had something to do with a tea or coffee pot, but had never seen anything like it!
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!!
Karla & Karrie

Paula Scott said...

A magical object indeed! I too, saw a crown with a keyhole and wondered what this was for (and then I read on and saw what it was for). A sweet shot and glad you made good use of a nice, cold, snowy day!

Paula Scott said...

I know I asked you this before, but I forgot to go back and check for your answer (suffering from 'CRS'). What photo software do you use (or, perhaps you use several). I promise to check back here for your answer!!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Like an ochry mix of soft rainbow colours and gentle whispers of shadow! So creative and beautiful!

colleen said...

It's very warm and honey sweet. Makes me feel better just to look at it.

Joan said...

Yes, I'm glad you told us!
It's really pretty, and yes I'd like to see the whole thing. :)

TexWisGirl said...

reminded me of a chess piece helmet. :)

chubskulit said...

That is gorgeous!

In behalf of Gemma and Magical Mystical Teacher, I thank you for playing Shadow Shot Sunday 2. - Rose

Shadows by the Beach, come and see.

forgetmenot said...

Such lovely colors blending together in your photo. Mickie ;)

nana_ang_poppaphil said...

What an artistic shadow shot, it looks very middle eastern, look forward to seeing the complete thing.

Southwest Arkie said...

What a cool art piece- I have no idea what it is, but it is fascinating.

Cassie said...

Okay kiddo, what is that thing??

Love those days when we can just padder a round in our jammies! I seem to have many more of them as I age. Happy SSS.

Carletta said...

Love the tone and texture!
Very artsy image. :)
I love PJ days!!!