Wednesday, May 15, 2013

around the place(s)

 old wood + new wood = studio/garage
 friendly small ones
surround a burned out stump
 the road goes high just here
and the horses, clydesdales all five
 are weirdly sized from above.
and yet, up close
which i was,
they are huge and very well mannered.
i got to know them
and they, me, 
just a little bit.
 a rock book, 
very large
 in its own pool
 my favorite spring scent
planted by emily, 
for sure,
at the new place.

23 comments:

aimee said...

Wow! WOW! so exciting to see it really happening. plus all that surrounds the new hive!

Velma Bolyard said...

aimee, bzzzzz!

ronnie said...

rock book! rocks!

Valerianna said...

Quite the gigantic rock book! Lots of good things here.

Velma Bolyard said...

ronnie, i wish they were on my own land but i get to visit them from time to time.
valerie, yep, good.

Ms. said...

AND the poets narcissus! Mmmmmm-good!

neki desu said...

the rock book is about two in love.
lucky you. we went back to winter here.

Velma Bolyard said...

ms, yes
neki, here, too, frost in places the last few nights.

Barry said...

V- very exciting on the building front - looking forward to progress shots; and I don't think that is a pocket rock book. B

Gardener in the Distance said...

It's good to know rustic life continues, as I hope it always will, Velma, from here, where I am, in a city, where rusticity's diminished.
Refreshing photos.

montana joe said...

that studio/garage is going to be amazing!

onesmallstitch said...

Lovely, all. the new studio is very exciting, love the rocks and their reflection, they look like guardians.

Velma Bolyard said...

barry, no, it's HUGE. but i could make paper for it...
faisal, the rustic life! maybe i'll start a magazine
joe, yes. it really is!
jean, they are indeed. imagine big sheets between the covers...guadians indeed! i love that.

india flint said...

are you going to wade into that pool and stuff something into that rockburger?

i would.

Velma Bolyard said...

indie, one word: leeches. BUT i have a kayak.

Deborah Darling said...

lovely to meet you and see the world through your eyes :) x

Velma Bolyard said...

and you, too, deborah, many thanks for leaving a note.

Fiona Dempster said...

A lovely wander as the world warms up. Hope you're feeling better.

Barry said...

V- Would it not be great to fill the space with discarded books and let them tell their story with the seasons? B

Velma Bolyard said...

fiona, saw doc yesterday!
barry, you and ronnie can come over and get to work! it's a huge space.

Sophie Munns said...

So exciting to see all. That's ahead of you Velma.
In Melbourne for a few days...popped into beautiful silks for a peak and thought of you!
On tram in my iPhone tapping away.

handstories said...

clydesdales... in real life!
love the red rimmed edged flowers, as if they've been hand painted.

Velma Bolyard said...

sophie, lucky you to visit beautiful silks!
hs, yes, pheasant eye narcissi (i think--correct me if i'm wrong you flower people!)

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