Monday, October 20, 2008


I think these rocks forgot their moisturizer this morning...

17 comments:

Ariel the Thief said...

Those are strange rocks. Photoshopped by nature?

Ariel the Thief said...

Your new blogroll is cool.

Tom & Icy said...

Gravel pits and land fills, man's recycling ecology.

DJ Kirkby said...

Wow...just wow.

lime said...

hahahahaha, good one!

Evil Genius said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I LOVE all the imagery on your blog, and all the great quotes too! I'd love to live in the Pacific Northwest. Maybe someday. Sigh.

Polgara said...

Thanks for the comment! Always ood to get new visitors!
Pol x

yellowdog granny said...

that's what my face feels like all during the winter

sister celtic said...

Your Just the best when summing up anything.. Love all the posts...

Dr.John said...

Well! Just a little rain will fix that.

Anonymous said...

still looking at the old dog and tall bear--a barren place without one half of the pair.....XoXoXo

Fred said...

Mother nature will eventually fix it. She always does.

Jamie Dawn said...

Those rocks are cool looking!
I like the pewter color.
Maybe some rain will come and moisturize them.

:-)

Ariel the Thief said...

Sorry to hear about Tobin. {{{hugs}}}

photowannabe said...

A little Oil of Olay could do wonders.....Great shot.

tsduff said...

Ariel the Thief: I never learned how to photoshop: yes, I would imagine the Master doesn't need it. He gets it right the first time.

Ariel the Thief: I was most unhappy to have to change it; I had to look elsewhere because my old blogrolling service was hacked, and is as yet still broken. I'm not so sure I like it.

Tom & Icy - That is why I took the picture: It looked like cement but it was not. It was at Carmel, right smack on the beach next to the water. Those rocks looked like my heels after going barefoot all summer long (I was never one for expensive skin treatments...)

DJ Kirkby: *Yes* preens with pride...I thought it was quite unusual :)

Lime - I took my cue from you... just talk about about the real world :) You always tell it just like it is, and then some.

tsduff said...

Evil Genius - Absolutely lovely that you dropped by. Your blog is a big ball of run - spent much time perusing your adventures. I've never really known much about Indiana... except for that old song about "Indiana wants me... but I can't go back there"...It sounds so romantic. I would love to live in the Pacfic Northwest too... someday... sigh*

Polgara - Where on earth did you get your name? Welcome, and thsnks for your comment. I don't know a single person named Imogene, but I think it can't go wrong :) Best wishes.

Yellowdog Granny: Your face, my hands. Got lotion?

Anne Anne bo banne banana fanna fo fan... you crack me up Ms. picture professional... :) xo

Dr. Johh - Nice idea but I think the sea water begs to differ. Truly it was a crack up to see these dried up cracky rocks at the very edge of the wet lip of the Pacific ocean. Must be the wrong brand of moisturizer.

My Sweetheart: We are bereft without the big dog. Hurry up home - I need you. xo

Fred: That Mother Nature - she sure knows all the tricks.

JD = The rain has been trying, but no go. I think the water is a "second" to conventional moisturizers around here.

Ariel the Thief - Thank you. He was worth thinking of.

Photowannabe: What would Nature's equivilent of Oil of Olay be? Luxiurious Mud of the San Francisco Bay?? ha ha ha