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March 04, 2012

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Carol (artmusedog)

Fun doing 'walkabouts' ~ get great photos and see things from another viewpoint ~ awesome photos ~ thanks ~ namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor) Happy PCFP ^_^

rebecca

longing for a walkabout
where blue meets land
and spring transforms the lonely brown.
i miss you.

gemma

There is beauty everywhere you look. Love that you found some less than obvious to share with us.

Jennifer Ressmann

Fun shots! Will you work the designs into your work at all?

Irene

Hi Stephanie, I love going on this walk about with you to see your 'hood.' It gives me an idea for a future post. I have been thinking of you and your family, sending hugs.

Meri @ Meri's Musings

A paradise of lines!

Fran aka Redondowriter

These are all such wonderful examples of the sacred ordinary and you captured them as such.

Sue Fox

Some people go through life and whiz by, not noticing the beauty in almost everything, could be a shadow pattern, subtle shading as the seasons turn, geometric shapes etc.

I'm glad we are one of a kind!

Sue x

Tracy

LOVE the variety of texture, and colors of earth and sky... beautiful moments... I love finding the extraordinary in the ordinary. :o) Thank you for the walk, Stephanie ((HUGS)) P.S. Many thanks on the kind thoughts on our new art blog--we're excited to see where it takes us. :o)

susanna

What ARE those seeding-dandelion things on top of the silo-like buildings? Are they spinning? Oh wait! You know what they look like? They look like the whispy white seeds that blow in the wind. My sister and I call them wishes as we used to catch them, make a wish and then release them into the world again.

And wouldn't The Picker Sisters love to get their hands on those metal drums on the roof?! They could be transformed into coffee or side tables.

zongrik

that's quite an interesting lookings tructure

senryu of constructed new-natures

Employment Posters

I guess you have a great day walking around and take a capture to a great place where you stop by.

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