Thursday, December 11, 2008

More Exploring


A grubby but well-loved little dog with a hairdo, two spirithouses in a garden with no visible residence for corporeal entities, a house that I want for my own--tattered curtains and all--and a soi that curves and has greenery and mystery and a pedestrian from Africa. (I, hightech illiterate that I am, found that left-clicking on these pictures brings up a much larger image--I live, I learn...)


5 comments:

Tokyo Ern said...

Hi Janet,

Love the pictures. That house looks like it needs a bit of work. Maybe tomorrow I'll look for another spot to take pics from one spot in four directions. I'll be posting pics of lots of snow around New Year's. Heading up north to Mikako's home town. The northernmost prefecture of Honshu.

Janet Brown said...

Come and help me work on it (someday--it will be a while before I get s house!) Please post more one-spot pictures--and snow is fine in photos but I'm so happy that I no longer have it in my life...

Katia said...

Your pictures bring me back to my time in Bangkok, Janet. This was what I loved most about Bangkok. It is a crazy, bustling, noisy city, and yet, if you wander along the little lanes, you sometimes find yourself looking at a little temple, and all is so quiet, suddenly...

Corinne said...

Let me know when you move in and I volunteer to come help you get settled. Evan just finished a home ed. course at school. I'll bring him along and he can make you new curtains. And I can't leave Emma at home, so she can come and groom the dog.

janet said...

Come and wander with me, Katia!
Corinne, I read home ec even though it plainly said home ed--seeing what I want to see I suppose--a useful skill sometimes.