April 25th, 2007
spring walk

Apr 25 2007
10:08 am
red-handed writes:

Traffic signals … sounds like received wisdom. And that dog is a stare-artist.

Apr 25 2007
10:16 am
Jen writes:

Beautiful pictures, especially all of them grouped together. It looks like a sunny spring day. My favorite pic is the top right one. It looks like a cement nest.

Apr 25 2007
10:53 am
eb writes:

love this grouping – simple, spare, real
also previous post – this medium is addictive – and spring certainly encourages a break and an escape into nature – thankfully its been a 4 mountain climb week with the dogs and the kids
xox – eb.

Apr 25 2007
10:54 am
shari writes:

keri, hi!
lovely photos from your walk. have you ever read rebecca solnit’s book wanderlust: a history of walking? i just started it and am really enjoying it. i posted a few quotes from it on my blog today. cheers! shari

Apr 25 2007
12:06 pm
labohemienne writes:

OMG. Your pup is ADORABLE. I could eat him up.

Apr 25 2007
2:02 pm
keri Smith writes:

i know he is. i love this guy. and he’s very cuddly too.

Apr 25 2007
2:02 pm
keri Smith writes:

i know he is. i love this guy. and he’s very cuddly too.

Apr 25 2007
3:08 pm
klay writes:

I know you probably get this feeling all the time but your dog is really amazing. I love this grouping of photos it remindes me of what you were saying about the art of life.

Apr 25 2007
5:18 pm
Who Cares? writes:

Very nice spring walk-collage – inspires me to open my eyes for magic when I go for a walk or go shopping tomorrow.

Apr 25 2007
8:23 pm
kim writes:

I love what you said on kimberly wilson’s podcast about needing downtown and how that is normal and how it’s okay just to listen to your body and turn inwards, if that’s what you need to do – that’s what I need to hear today – thank you!

Apr 26 2007
2:06 am
Phil writes:

Fantastic “fotoassemblaggio”!!

Apr 26 2007
6:46 am
evden eve nakliye writes:

thank you very nıce thankyou very very much…

Apr 26 2007
9:13 am
wish studio writes:

i can smell the grass and hear the birds chirping. your dog seems to be smiling too :)

Apr 26 2007
1:30 pm
Ian writes:

I really enjoy these shots. The metal textures you use go really well with the contrasting organic images, especially the grass and the dog. The way you arranged them is really effective. Most importantly you have a picture of a cute dog, which I think most art sorely deserves.


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