Friday, 1 January 2010
The Seeds of Time
I love all the different seed heads in all their amazing shapes. Nature is the designer, tiny seeds held in little pockets and beautiful intricate designs just waiting to fly or sprinkle or blow on the wind. My pencil drawings were done a while ago and the seeds collected from the Snakehead fritillary.
I think a blog is just like Seed dispersal as it spreads and then grows, read by people all over the world, seeds scattered to far corners of the globe. So to everyone who reads this I wish you the very best and "A HAPPY NEW YEAR". And thank you for all the lovely comments you leave me, they are appreciated.
I would love to hear from you and how far my little blog has reached.
It is a beautiful sunny bright day, snow on the hills and very chilly. I am just going for my first walk in this new year 2010, to see what I find, then maybe some drawing.
Posted by MILLY at Friday, January 01, 2010
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Happy New Year Milly from not so far away Cheshire.
I look forward to seeing more of your wonderful and intricate drawings in the coming months.
A very happy new year from Edinburgh!
Happy New Year to you, too, Milly! I look forward to enjoying your blog in the coming year. Happy drawing!
Thank you for the pleasure that your blog brings. I wish you a wonderful 2010.
Happy New Year from Bismarck, ND. I so much admire anyone who can draw, and your drawings are just exquisite.
Inspired drawings! And a very Happy New Year to you too!
Seed dispersal. What a great image. If you have a site meter you can see coloured dots all over the globe. Just like seeds. Happy New Year Milly.
Thank you for the wishes, Milly, and the same goes for you, I wish this year brings even more blessings for you and your family!
I love those drawings, by the way...
Happy New Year to you and yours, Milly. Thank you for the lovely wishes and for dropping by my blogspot last week.
Your seed drawings are exquisite. I've been thinking of seeds because I've been thinking of 'diaspora', which comes from the Greek 'a scattering of seeds'. I just wrote a little about it last night and then come over here to find your post. Love it!
Your drawings are amazing, so detailed and alive.
Happy New Year!
Lovely drawings Milly, am looking forward to seeing more in the months to come. BFN. Lesley
And a happy new year from (temporarily) the Netherlands (here or a family visit)! I am very happy to have found your blog - the moments of stillness enjoying your drawings are wonderful in our full full days, so: thank you.
Perhaps straining the analogy, I was delighted to follow the virtual seeds blowing from blog to blog to land on yours and see some of your lovely drawings. (Our blog is, in fact, named Raining Acorns . . . yet another "seed" connection. We are not visual artists, so we must content ourselves with word pictures and take inspiration from visual artists like you and the artist of the "wrack line" blog. See http://rainingacorns.blogspot.com/2009/12/things-as-they-are.html for an example of our writing that refers to one of her lovely works.)
Beautiful work. Glad to have found you!
your drawings always touch me. I love seeing details of the world through your eyes and heart.
Happy New Year!
Such lovely, amusing, intriguing shapes!
May 2010 find your metaphorical & literal seeds sprouting everywhere.
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