Peace and Pandemonium

Sunday, January 18, 2009

 

A Sparkling Ice Armor

"Every leaf and twig was this morning covered with a sparkling ice armor; even the grasses in exposed fields were hung with innumerable diamond pendants, which jingled merrily when brushed by the foot of the traveler. It was literally the wreck of jewels and the crash of gems....Such is beauty ever-neither here nor there, now nor then-neither in Rome nor in Athens, but wherever there is a soul to admire. If I seek her elsewhere because I do not find her at home, my search will prove a fruitless one." -Henry David Thoreau








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posted by Kiera  # 2:54 PM
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Oooo, gorgeous! Love the fantasy-like shoot!
 
Stunning!!!
 
Absolutly beautiful!
 
Kiera, these are incredible! I'm speechless!
 
Very cool/
 
I really love that first one!! What a gorgeous dress!! Is that your mom in the pics??
 
Yes Wendy, these are pictures of my mother. Isn't she a gorgeous model?!
 
ok---breath taking!!
just breath taking!---im totally speechless.. :)
 
Very beautiful!! I love that second one!!
 
Wow, these are incredible, I love how you captured all the ice crystals but didn't loose the person in the process. That first one is beautiful!
 
Is this "the dress?" (I forgot her name.) love the quote and your gorgeous mother. these are spectacular.
 
Where is that? How come winter is still gorgeous where you are? It is all grey and yucky at my house. Your mom looks great in the dress. I'm glad it is still being used.
 
I love that quote--how perfect with these photos. They're amazing. I really love the fence in the second one.
 
WOW!!!! These are pictures I see in books. Your mom is beautiful and you are a talent to be reckoned with. Simply beautiful!
 
oh I love these!!!!!! I have dreamed of taking a photo very similar to the top one!
 
beautiful!!
 
The first one is amazing! You are a talented talented artist!
 
these are incredible!
 
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