Lovely piece... can smell the touches flowering and feel the warmth ingrained.
..the incorporation of chrysanthemum is what i like best in this piece.. it softens the effect of a rusting metal.. lusciously baked..(:~kelvin
Reminded me of sunflowers. :)Lovely.
nice..great pick up on the center looking much like a globe...very nice magpie
Your poem inspired me to look at the photo in an entirely different way! Very nice.
Awesome....I totally see the continents!
Well, Kelvin already said what was on my mind. I love how you softened the image. : )
love the flower touch in contrast to the metal - it's like warm and cold, soft and hard.. very cool
Oh yes, I see the continents now. Good observation. Nice work, Laurie, especially the chrysanthemum color.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Beautiful, Laurie! As usual! <3
Laurie, I like it!
For you to see one of thosemedieval maps painted onanimal skins is dynamic, anddifferent; launching us, as pointedout already, from patina to adventure,from scars to pulp novels writtenbefore WWI; when mother's wordsbecame a sampler, framed and hungin the downstairs bathroom.
I like your choice of viewpoint on the prompt. Chrysanthemums and continents linked in a few words, a flower like a windmill showing us this old rusting world, so much symbolism to ponder.
The stains are telling, and images of continents are somewhat remakably obvious when now pointed out to us. It takes a good eye though to see it in the first place.
Yes, the rust does form continents. Nice.
I see those continents, Laurie.
Always surprising what fold find in the prompts. Continents . . but of course!
this is very imaginative and insightful. great job looking for images that most of us didn't notice.
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