Threads of Thought on creating with cloth and stitch
I share your fasination with stones and rocks. I have little spots around the house with a dish of them. I have moved some to a spot by the pond. My daughter and grandsons are always bringing me an unusual find. Isn't it wonderful to be so easily pleased!!
I have a few pebbles/rocks but they aren't as pretty as yours. I really like that nest one.
my favorite is the stone vessel.
yes i love the nest
I love your little stone/pebble portraits, each one so lovely! The spotted one is especially enchanting!Sticks and stones are just so beautiful! Best wishes, Patti
Our whole family loves to find unusual rocks and stones. I'll have to take some pictures of some of the really cool ones our kids have given us. My youngest is almost 28 years old and my oldest is 37 and they still find cool rocks for us!;~) Debi
The pebble nest is just beautiful...I have never seen one before!I love pebbles, so enjoyed your post.Jacky xox
Now I can't get that song out of my mind (and WHY my mind had to jump to that I don't know!!)...however, now I have "on the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me...one speckled pebble". Now I'll bet it's stuck in your mind too!!
a nest of pebbles, probably made by a pebble bird...that would be a feather in your cap to find the pebble bird. k.
I wonder if the pebble bird will be able to fly? One would think that it would be way too heavy. I'm thinking that water should be avoided at all costs as well. Now seriously, I love your rocks, especially the nest and may be tempted to post a couple of my "hot rocks" on the weekend. Well, actually they're my only decorated rocks!! We'll see how it goes!!
Love the pebble nest!
I am a geologist by training and I too love old stones. They talk to me of transormations during millions of years, of erosion, inclusion, friction...their stories are fascinating.
Sounds like we are all gatherers of bits and pieces!Wish I knew more about geology because as I photographed them I was wondering about their history and the stories they could tell and how big they started out.
that stone nest. amazing. pebble envy!
Absolutely stunning photographs of these beautiful stones, Penny! Thanks so much for sharing them!! So much inspiration here....thought I was already following...Now, I am! (Thanks for your visit.)
Thank you for taking the time to comment, your thoughts are most welcome.