Friday, October 1, 2010

found


before i go...

i found all of this in the woods this week.

a bobber and rusty can...


another rusty can


turquoise glass from an electrical insulator. all living at the green shrine tree now.

i was smiling...

have a great weekend... : )


XO

18 comments:

  1. Such wonderful treasures you found.
    Isnt the world so kind to use to just leave them laying around..Ha Ha.
    Have a good weekend.

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  2. That makes me smile too!

    Poetic Artist...beautiful profile pic!

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  3. Enjoy the weekend Lynne and thanks for sharing these found treasures.

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  4. you have a great weekend too.
    i can't wait to see what you make.
    xxoo

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  5. Old rusty can and bobber transformed. I'm smelling pine needles :-)

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  6. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and these are perfect. Some would call them junk, but what finds; it's as if a airy has passed by and thrown star-dust over these woodland findings.

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  7. I'm smiling too ...what a wonderful collection of beautiful objects.

    Jacky xox

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  8. Oh, the colors of your treasures make me smile big too. Happy trails, Beautiful Artist-Woman !

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  9. Wonder full shrine, filling me with inspiration for the new week here in Rainburg. Thank you, Lynne!

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  10. what delicious acts of generosity, creating beauty for others to discover in their travels in the woods, little surprises and treasures to remind us of how remarkable it is to enjoying this wonderful planet together.

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  11. its you that makes an old can into a shrine and or fit for a shrine. Everything is sacred touched by the right hand, valued in the flame of the heart.

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  12. have a great weekend lynne ... love the treasures, all shrine worthy in my humble heart... xox

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  13. Oh how magical. That green shrine tree must feel very loved. Have a wonderful weekend xJ

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  14. Lucky,lucky finder of rusty things.

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