Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Heart in Hand

...Or maybe it's a duck quacking words of love. In any case, it should probably say with apologies to Reya at Gold Puppy, a mistress of shadows. She has been considering the subject of romantic love, with much commentary from readers of her blog, in her last post and the one before that. Head on over there if you'd like to join the discussion, and to see some amazing light and shadows.
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10 comments:

bindu said...

That's a nice picture!

dennis said...

Dennis likes it.

femminismo said...

Lovely heart to hold. And shadows mean sunshine! Lovely, lovely, wonderful, wonderful. Well, Susan, thanks for volunteering to take one of my library cards and since you like grim stories I am sending a section of the story that involves B.L.O.O.D. In the mail tomorrow! Thanks so much and if you have questions about the process just ask. Thanks, Jeanne in Oregon

flower girl said...

Beautiful!!nice photo ;)

Indrani said...

Perfect pic to talk for the post!

Chrisy said...

..will head over to check it out...love the quirky sculpture in ur etsy shop...

Reya Mellicker said...

Love the photo! And the heart, though ... it's on the street right? Yikes! Isn't there a country western song about running over your heart, or tire tracks on the heart, something like that?

Carmen said...

Love this!

Wildeve said...

Very cool picture! I have been enjoying the discussion on Reya's blog very much.

By the way, I found and posted the words to "The Roast Beef of Old England."

I know one country western song called "You're Only Double Parked on the Curbstone of My Heart." (or something very close to that.)

mouse (aka kimy) said...

quack, quack