Authentic expression; staying close to what is real and sacred @ gemmashouse
dear gemma,i love this glimpse of mary surrounded by the natural world! so beautiful!i love too that you remember the virgin painted in an oyster shell. is it possible you remember who made that gorgeously sweet mary and what her blog name might be? i would love to link back to her with my profound thanks for her generosity and how just reading about her gifting this on a seaside trail fills me to this day. somehow it seems it was northern california. mendocino? big sur?thanks for any help.xoxoxoxo
Wish I could remember the name. It was a beautiful post.
lovely Gemma; have a nice Monday
Oh! What a beautiful photograph Gemma. All of that green and gray...Heaven on Earth.I love little niches that hold a suprise.♥ ♥ ♥
Ah, a little bit of heaven tucked in with nature. I hope you can remember the woman's name who created the oyster virgins.
I love this beautiful Mary waiting amongst the moss, ivy, and ferns! So serene.
Exploring pays off when you find these hidden treasures. Lovely.The moss is wonderful..I love moss!I have missed our quick notes when posting comments. I will not come to Az as I still care for my Paisley . She's too frigile to travel a 5 day car ride.