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May 01, 2009


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L. JonesMoore

Fantastic! Can't wait to bury some stuff...

lyle baxter

lovely as is the poem. thanks for sharing the faded beauty. we in the east just dont have the kind of weather to do the job! that says something! lyle


Thanks for the poem! Don't you love the way things curled, ever so gently? I'm already planning my next bundle. Buried somewhere with a "plant stake" stuck in the ground nearby. Nice photos. Now - what to do next?

nancy neva

agree, sistah poet lover!! yes, let bury more crops!!

Ginny Gaskill

For this project I love the sentiment of the moss and the rock. Your pieces are so nice. Look forward to seeing how you reinvent them in the future.

marie danti

The only answer is poetry!


Lovely pics, lovely changes, lovely work.


Fran, this really become so lovely during this process....the photo of the soft faded curling form with the shadows falling across...beautiful


Really nice!


oh these look wonderful! looking forward to see how you reintegrate..

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