Saturday, February 7, 2009

Catch Some Magic

Catch some magic with your imagination! Squint your eyes, and let those cobalt blues turn into irridescent bubbles floating in the air. See outlines of wings become delicate feathers in aerodynamic patterns. Let the stool become a toadstool while the railings morph into blades of tall grass.


9 comments:

Diana Ferreira said...

What a beautiful imagination you have, Ange, and stunning image that you have created! IS that your everyday house? If so - Why move! Wow, to live on the beach must be simply amazing. Listning to the waves break is the best sleeping tablet ever!

Gangsoli - another word to roll around in my moutn today ...

angelinabeadalina said...

Heehee, Diana, that's not the beach. That's a corn field with huge puddles from all the melting snow!

This is a nice spot, though, just not very close at all to hubby's work in St. Louis. And the way the house hunt is going, I think it might be easier to find an oceanfront house in the middle of our continent than to find a house that suits him, LOL!

Ellen said...

Ang, what you smokin'?

rosebud101 said...

Ang, like I said, the way you look at life is amazing! Love the photo!

Maggie said...

Oh, I want to come visit you and live some of your magic (or smoke whatever it is you're smokin').

GAFFER GIRLS said...

... I just fly away with her,


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hope ya had a great weekend...

mona

Diana Ferreira said...

Ang, I showed the picture to my darling Leo, and he also saw the sea! We had quite a giggle about it. It is still a lovely place, and I guess the wind sweeping through the corn will also be soothing, although I do realise that distance, etc is a major pain!

I guess I was just a 'ismatard' ...

Laurie Whitney - Mermaid Glass said...

What fun it must be to be one of your kids! I hope they know how lucky they are.

angelinabeadalina said...

LOL, there are days when I surely do wish I liked to smoke something! My "weed" and "crack" are SUGAR and CAFFEINE!

Diana and Leo, I started to take some pictures of the fields today, but it truly is a desolate scene on a midwinter day like this. We have unseasonably warm weather today (yeah!), so the snow has really melted now and left behind mud and crop stubble. The sunshine is nice, very nice, but the landscape just isn't very pretty today :)

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