Steve Miller Band - "useless suffering" - so much of it is exactly that and could be avoided so easily, too. That's maybe the saddest part to it all. E.N. Clopper was a new name to me, today. Found an interesting link to some more of his work I thought you might enjoy - herehttp://www.dlfaquifer.org/search?facet=decade&facet_browse=Indianapolis%2C+IN&facet_tag=city_state_facet&new_search=1&page=3Have a good one, cm.
I love pop up books, and yesterday's link. Today's pic reminds me of moments when I'm really hungry.Have a great weekend.
Man, C.M.! Haven't heard this one, in quite some time!
Yesterday's montage was great, I spent some time on that site looking at the others too. thanks for that linkHappy days
There is an award for you on my Blog!
rlb: Thanks, and am familiar with the LOC, although that's not where I found this picture. We have done book work for them in the past ; )reya: Around here, there's not that amount being sold at the Farmers Markets. Less and less come from local farms out here anymore, which is amazing, with all this land.subT: An oldie, to be sure.dwlwyn: Thanks for taking the time and stopping by!e: Hey, Thanks!
No worries, CM!Just a bit of fun and my first time. Not sure I like having to pick...Enjoy the weekend!
Love your collages!
e: Thanks for understanding ; )arts: )squirrel: )
Neat old pic of the Indy market!
willow: Those were the days of plenty it appears, as far as local farmers and produce go. Not like that today around here, which is surprising with all the open land.
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