Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
And where is that? I'm expecting it to be Crossahatchie Creek.
lori: I don't know who said this. I believe it comes from one of the First Nations of North America but I'm not sure: "Now you will feel no rain,For each of youWill be shelter for the other.Now you will feel no cold,For each of youWill be warmth to each other.Now there will be no more loneliness."Want to trade me for the Margaret Atwood? It's a good deal, really : 2 for 1, both ways.
Another mesmerizing photo, Lori. I'm about to click on the link to read the Atwood piece, but first--I just noticed you added me to your links, and with a lively description. Thank you! I will reciprocate. Yours is a fine blog.
Love the layers and worlds-within-worlds. Scenes like this are three dimensional paintings. Beautiful! Happy new year, BTW and I salute you for your book campaign. Bravo!!
in the words of montgomery burns ... "exxcellent!"
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