love you too honey and your pics, belgian flag = great postcard, xx
Love you too Woolfy, and your words and pics xp.s. what IS topinamboer???
ps - jerusalem artichoke, ;)))
ok so what is the difference between crosne and topinambour or are they two words for the same thing?LUV-LUV the polaroid idea and the hovering. so clever! can't believe you have the building cranes right outside the office too - well i can, but....!!!!!!!! stop the madness!?yes we wuv you too N.!
ooh I just love your pictures, the colours and the atmospheer....aaah zucht:)
I love this series! Great continuum!
That first photo poemespecially, nadinexxoo, sus
indeed a singing poetry,i wonder so what is there on your cutting board? is it a cutting board? and are those morels??? or am i simply biking way off now?xxx.
i think you're always think about renovation! :)i like how you composed this post, seemingly wordless.Happy May!
touching poetry big hug
*sigh* dear Nadeschda,love it! your photo poem.It takes me in a special mood... of attention and openness'you left it there in the thriftshop'?!... and... I know. I can feel it.Lovexo Ariane.
wonderful photos and i love how you have the text come up when 'hovering' over the photo ...
wonderful photos and text too! I love how they all relate somehow...and I've hadrenovation on my mind too- I spent most of my childhood in a constantly changing housewalls moving rooms shifting shape- the dust and chaos...it's quite an interesting themewhen you step away for a bit.Inner construction maybe :) hugs
Not only the words, even your photos are poetry!Wonderful presentation, too.Btw, I am hosting our next drawing challenge. May I invite you? ;o)
I love you too!It took a while to manage to read the hidden text, maybe I'm to hectic hoverer, very poetic way to "talk" to people and I really love your blury polaroid-like photos!Barbara
how fun! (love the shadow shot of the kitty)
nadine, i thought your jerusalem artichoke was chocolate covered nuts and that was why your body would notice (wasteline). Did not know the name of the root was jerusalem artichoke. On a market here I have heard the seller calling them fart root so now I understand too what you mean about the body :D
nice pictures nadine
I <3 U 2! These are wonderful as can be! Truly. I love your childhood Spring.