Tuesday, November 30, 2010


gulls. they come inland when the sea is too rough. that's what the fishermen say.they make the wind visible

the cemetery is the border between civilised and wild, for the village. I live on the other side.
soft and fluffy. I gathered as much as I could find. Not sheep, I think it is sheepdog down.must be moulting because of the heat.
the house I live in is the one on the left. The view is south-east, towards Marathon.
these are proliferating-cheeky little ...nodding their heads in the wind with their tongues out.I've decided(it is a bit like a what if) to take part in a christmas market, Im busy making fishy pouches from clothes and scraps
the car burst its radiator so I get to walk to my sons school school. Great!


Joei Rhode Island said...

What a wonderful view! Must lift your heart to see every morning. Even if radiators try to hold you down.

Penny Berens said...

Swirling seagulls always look like they are having such fun up there in the wind. Burst radiator can't be much fun though.

Healing Woman said...

What a beautiful part of the world you live in and you captured it so well. I'd like to see your little pouches..they sound enchanting.

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

manya...i have begun making something for your cloth line.
it makes me feeeeeel
reeeeeaaaallly goooooooooooood.

(will take quite a while)
(i will have to sit and watch it
as i go)

T said...

pleanty of space and fresh sea air over there manya...great to see your place, thanks. When you say you live on the other side, is that the wild side.... I like that....


grace Forrest~Maestas said...

Manya...do you think the silk
would work with your story
Would it work as some kind of
story cloth?...a back lit cloth?
for a myth that is happening

Deb G said...

The gulls are always so much fun to watch...nice to see a bit of your world. So beautiful.

Velma said...

they make the wind visible. beautiful.

Harnett-Hargrove said...

Thanks for he meander! -J

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