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The ordinary arts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest ~ Sir Thomas Moore ~

Monday, October 25, 2010


And all the windows of my heart ♥
I open to the day
~John Greenleaf Whitter~
I took this picture of an old window in a flour mill this past Thanksgiving. Looking through
the seeded glass at the bright Autumn leaves I thought of how beautiful the imperfections in the glass were, and how amazing it would be to have a farm house with old seeded glass windows. Today, while going through some of my photos, I decided to combine it with another photo I took around the same time of a horse grazing in a field, all alone. He looked so peaceful & majestic and completely content. Putting the two photos together, I created what I think is the perfect view :-)


C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Deb... that is just beautiful! So serene looking and peaceful... I love it!... xoxo Julie Marie

Julie Harward said...

Oh, I loved this! I too see these things, as we were on vacation, I saw may lovely sights out of old windows just like this and I also took pictures of what my eye saw. :D

Ms. ~K said...

You're so creative!
Hugs and belly rubs to Ernie,

Jeanne said...

Love you
big hugs

Naturegirl said...

Deb very well done! Worth framing! How did you do that! What programme?
We never did have tea at the teahouse in Waterdown..perhaps when I come to your area and I do have plans to frequently to do shows (my jewellery bus.) we can catch up and meet at the teahouse!

Lynda said...

This is beautiful Deb!