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and this is a rusty watering can: it took me thru daffodils and crocuses, snowdrops, via tulips and narcissus. . .

















to another Narcissus, here in detail from a larger painting by John William Waterhouse, which also features Echo:


echo is a lovely word, isn't it - and a fascinating concept. . . doing this is a little like creating an echo sometimes. . . have to be careful what you say - or it will come back to haunt you, if you didn't mean it in the first place
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(have no idea where that train of thought came from - but then an echo is kind of haunting, isn't it) (and amazing where a rusty watering can can take you!)
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I'm rambling
time for a coffee
quite obviously

7 comments:

Mel said...

Flowers.....I remember what they look like!
Honest.

Sorta.

*sigh*
I know they're there--somewhere under that GOSH knows how much snow....

I, Like The View said...

they are under there. . .

I, on the other hand, will have to plant some bulbs in the flower boxes. . . or buy some little bitty plants who're all ready to go when it warms up a little

<----- adds "buy plants" to to do list

hope it's less treacherous out there today for you

XX
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I, Like The View said...

(oh! and that's why I found flowers today - for those of us that don't have any right now!)

zIggI said...

I have mud again, I think I prefered the ice! No flowers and more importantly (from an equine lunch point of view) no grass!

Mel said...

Ohhhhhh...flower buying!
GREEN things!

:-)

Spring will come....

Hmmmm.....wonder how himself would feel about cooking around bitty green things.... (kitchen has THE best sunlight yaknow!) :-)

katherine. said...

the unseasonable weather is resulting in some things blooming a bit early...which is not good...cause when the rain and frost comes....

I'll take a picture tomorrow...

katherine. said...

by the way....I like the weblog