Thursday, January 21, 2010

Random Image Series, III

Views from My House





The stone candle sculpture that lights the way to my front door







The sky that welcomed me home last night...


And the sight that warms my heart when I get home.

16 comments:

Madison said...

What happens to that beautiful stone candelabra in an earthquake?

Secretia said...

Those cats are the cutest, they look young, it must be wonderful to be greeted at the door by them!

Secretia

Brian Miller said...

that stone candleabra is really cool. i could sit and stare. do you ever add to it or change it up as you find other treasures?

the walking man said...

It is often not clearly visible this right track ours, yet when it appears you never seem to hesitate to set your foot upon it Chris.

Be Well

Kim A. said...

I love the stone candleabra. I have never seen one. That sky looks like what I woke up to today, except less sun peeking through. Your kitties look like ours, underfed, underloved, overworked, and underpaid. Yeah, right (we spoil ours too!)

have a lovely day

namaste

Enchanted Oak said...

I made the stone candle sculpture with a drill and objects found at my local beach. We had the big earthquake before I made it, so it hasn't been through a temblor. I'm glad you like it. The stones are serpentine, the most common mineral around here.

Enchanted Oak said...

Another awesome miracle experienced by a little emergency med clinic in Port au Prince, Haiti. Find Tara's blog post here: http://livesayhaiti.blogspot.com/

Dianne said...

You are a fabulous photographer!
Poetry Reading Tonight?

Hope your earache is better.

Dianne

Monkey Man said...

Thanks for sharing these little clips of your life. Like everyone else, I love the stone candleabra.

sydney said...

What beautiful babies!

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

Chris...Hi...first I see Brian Miller..i don't know him, but wonder ...i think i see him over at Mr. Toast's blog...one of my most favorites.....

good to hear from you..can you believe this rain..we are water soaked for sure....

loved your photograph of last nights sky..was a weird orange sherbet color here in slo about 5 p.m. and i LOVE your darling kitty cats..kitty lover here too..2 indoor and 3 outside homeless that are now mine..i've been feeding them every morning and afternoon at 4..for about 3 years now..since we moved down here...

thanks so much for inviting me to the poets night out...2 things....i don't drive at night....can't see very well at night...especially over the grade..can kinda make it around here if i have too...and second..my husband works all day in cambria and the evenings is our time together..i make dinner almost very night...he would be lonely if i was gone...

but that was so nice of you to think of me....

i'll be back to visit soon....

fondly,
kary and her kittys
xxx

Poetikat said...

Just look at those adorable faces! Beautiful they are, as well.
Good news on the Daisy front. She's treatable and being treated and things are on the up. She is eating well, her meds are easy to administer and most importantly, she's got the flicker back in her tail and the light in her eyes.

Kat

I see you know Kary (above). I wondered since you come from the same place, if you were friends. We only recently met and have warmed to each other.

Syd said...

Great photos. Lovely sky!

Gabriella Moonlight said...

Oh I love the kitties indeed!! Thank you for sharing your part of the world, it allows me to see in and look around and know that we're all connected...you are amazing Chris, truly!

Gabi

Nessa said...

Your cats have such beautiful faces.

Shadow said...

your images sure are welcoming!

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