Tuesday, April 20, 2010

No blog post prepared...some scatterings...

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via The Selby

As they say, ‘I got nothin here.’ A few pics I like. That’s it. Maybe they’re telling me something - I need to put a swing up in my house? play in forbidden places? bath outside? not just swim but dive? drag a mattress onto the lawn and sleep under the stars?

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via Pixdaus [No shoes! I wasn't allowed to go one day of my childhood without shoes. These days I'm barefoot most of the time. And yet my first instinct as I look at this pic is to say 'Put some shoes on darling or you'll hurt yourself']

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'Photobooth' original painting by Jamie Hudrlik via ScribbleME [I love it that Hudrlik’s paintings are so large – this one over six feet wide - and they're on unstretched canvas - for easy postage - and they're so gorgeous/colourful/evocative]

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Forestiere Gardens, Fresno via Knor Q [A garden. Space to play.]

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Opalescent Earrings from Namaste Designs [I want to dive into these earrings, swim to the hidden passage, and swim off to unexplored worlds]

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via UK Telegraph [No need for a wooden frame, just give me the mattress and the bedding, and most importantly the stars unobliterated by city lights]

Ummmmm....just typing this post has inadvertently gathered scattered thoughts for me to ponder.

35 comments:

Rose said...

I want to live in the old caravan! how amazing! The bath in the cave...ive seen a toliet in a cave like this before, very strange! It was actually overlooking a lake lol

Rose

Linda S. Socha said...

I am never at a loss for smiles when visiting your blog Christy...Lovely post...The bathtub looks inviting!
Linda

studioJudith said...

You've got plenty, Miss Chrisy!
Always a lovely stroll in
your world -

Jjj

Cathy {Tinniegirl} said...

Beautiful places my friend. I hope you are escaping to them all in your imagination.

maiaT said...

Beautiful thoughts and amazing photos you have here. I love the one with the little girl and that outdoor bathroom.

Hot Fudge said...

I want to live in that caravan, sans shoes, and wear those luscious earrings.

The Stapelia Company said...

I want to live in that trailer shrouded in trees! Wow. It's like a hobbit house only cuter! Love it.

elsiee said...

i am also filled with yearning today- we are connected in the universe friend...

SoCalWendie said...

LOVE those earrings! Maybe the pictures mean you should bath and sleep outside, while swinging inside your "No Boys Allowed" club :)

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

enchanting and intriguing photos

I want that bath!

Sam said...

Oh the Selby!!! I get a serious attack of house lust everytime I visit! Love your two choices here - that half submerged caravan is awesome on steroids!

Those earrings - yes they look like drops of milky water, don't they?

Hope you're having a good one sweeyie! XOXO's

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Rachel Goldilocks said...

ohhhh! that pic of the sunset above a bed in the meadow...! i go there, everyday, in my mind- thanks for the stunning visuals! Amazing blogging, as usual :) :) :)

xo
RachelGoldilocks.blogspot.com

REread said...

love that bath ... when we were kids in Far North Qld we would stay the weekend on a commune farm in Cape Tribulation and we had a big 44gallon drum we'd heat up and then have a hot shower in the middle of the rainforest standing on a few slats of wood ... man that was the most exhilarating feeling. That bath reminds me of that feeling

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

Gorgeous images and gorgeous places to be. I love that caravan!

kj said...

chrisy, you got nothin? i don't think so!

these pictures are fabulous fun. you know a certain person who would post the most interesting images on her blog and we would intepret and soak them in. for me, you've done exactly that!

i one is the overgrowth is kind of haunting.

thanks for your wishes about my dog. she is doing better today and that alone makes me feel better.

love
kj

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Hey Harriet said...

I love these images and I really do like the idea of you adding a swing inside your house! Do it girl!

lyptis said...

Lovely post. I like random and hidden secret places and sometimes even sleeping under the stars.

Hope ure well.

Btw, i didnt know Adelaide was seedy. Is it even worth it? I mean its a pretty small town..?

Galit said...

I'm reading you very early in the mornin (just before 7 here) and you made me smile. And think. And lots of joy which is maybe the most important. Love these pictures! Love your writing even more!
Hey, what about camping? It's kind of a combination between the feelings in those photos...

grrl + dog said...

yah,

well,

thanks for that.. I have spent the entire yoga class NOT being present,
but looking with my minds eye at Photobooth.

So much so I etsy's her to check her out and wonder just how big 70 inches is anyway.

P.S. I used to play in an old caravan just like that...

Jessica Cangiano said...

These images are such a ethereal tapestry of bliss and serenity, contemplation and free-spirited fun. I adore them all and think they fuse together to create a positively wonderful post!


Thank you dearly for your beautiful comments, sweet soul, I appreciate them (and your friendship) very much.

Wishing you an amazing Friday & weekend ahead!
♥ Jessica

Joanna Jenkins said...

Those earrings are AMAZING-- Love the color!

Hope all's well with you. Happy weekend,
jj

Sarah Lulu said...

Where do you find those amazing photos?!

I think ...your soul is calling you to wildness.

I will wait with interest to see what you do with that ...

Don't ignore the call..........

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Hi Chrisy,

The swing, the outdoor bed and tub are a must! As for the bed and tub I'd most probably be sharing mine with all of the raccoon that hang around here in the night time. :0)

You always share the greatest photos..so whether this was a planned or unplanned post it's fabulous as always.♥

And yes...that Danny Kaye quote that I posted says it all, doesn't it!?

Thanks for coming over for a visit.

Hugs,
Stephanie ♥

Kaylovesvintage said...

the second photo is a dream

Kaylovesvintage said...

the second photo is a dream

Kaylovesvintage said...

the second photo is a dream

Chrisy said...

Oh lordy there's some sort of virus on my computer...trying to sell me antivirus software me thinks...but it won't let me get into the internet so can't put new post up or visit at your places. It's certainly annoyed the hell out of me!

Sandra Darling ~ Visual Art Creations said...

sounds like the exact kind of unstructured free spirited approach one needs! I adore the caravan image <3

Sandra Darling xoxo

Christine said...

Great selection of "scatterings"...love that sign on the door "no boys aloud" :)

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.Lovely post...The bathtub looks inviting!
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