"art is a verb"
love your Buddha, mine is completely covered by snow!!
Lovely images, great contrast, I just can't wait to be able to see the summery ones again.
this is unique . peaceful you are so creative!
I can just see the tippy top of my Buddha's head, he sits wrapped in a blanket of snow. :)Bea
Center is indeed still the same. Beautiful Buddha in all seasons.
Yes, indeed Buddhafull in all seasons. Nice to come upon. Thanks.
I like the light in your photos ...
I have a number of buddhas inside and outside here-- my husband has made a 'comment'-- when he notices something that must mean I have too many! :-)Your comment you left on my post is so beautiful-- so poetic-- are you going to publish a book? I think you should-- self publish with your own poetry and images-- go to Blurb.com
thank you donna...i respond to suggestions and assignments, and this exact one was given to me by my friend renee last year.to BLURB.com i shall go.
Beautiful and serene.
YES! blurb it. Caution: it will become a good addiction. SEEing things through the eyes of the author artist. New lens, always good.
your beautiful buddah is serene in both seasons... I love the way that you captured the different colors of the stone, the warm and the cool... and the "light touch of summer's dragonfly" sending smiles and blessings, roxanne
beautiful. I am searching for a Buddha for my garden. I coninue to look for the right peaceful smile....
"comforting winter stillness" yes. I'm glad to know you're also in love with winter.
A beautiful symbol of serenity. Moss was beginning to grow on my garden buddha but the harsh summer sun has dried it all up. Aah well I will have to nurture it back again.
Gorgeous - and so serene. The lighting on this one is just perfect, too.
Where for art thou Neva? You are being missed....
oh, lisa.....the syncronicity!! i JUST posted and explained my quietness, AND then saw your comment. . .sweet.