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Stone

Apologies to those of you who've seen this one already - I've only just realised that I posted it to my journal instead of the comm.

A few years ago we had a holiday in Carnac, France, which is famous for masses upon masses of standing stones. The stones closest to where we were staying were generally arranged in lines, but some had gone slightly astray. This picture always amuses me, with one stone appearing to be in camoflage and the other having successfully escaped over the fencing!

Week 06 - Stone



I was going to use a picture of my desk to illustrate paper - I'm almost drowning in the stuff at the moment - but realised that you could see my scissors (usually kept in the drawer of my desk, otherwise they 'disappear' forever), and also a couple of stones (some fools' gold that I use as a paperweight, and some magnetic stones that are useful for holding little reminders).

Week 06 Challenge - Paper Scissors Stone

Comments

That top pic - maybe the greenery behind it is the camouflage that it's shed now it has escaped!

I went to Carnac as a teen - fascinating place.
*g* Of course it wouldn't need the camouflage any longer.

I loved that part of France - could have spent much longer than two weeks there.
Good one on the bottom.

I had to giggle at the stone making a dash for it at the top:-)
Glad you enjoyed the escaping stone! *g*
Good for the stones! I hope they succeed in their Escape.
I think they must only move under cover of darkness - but several of them got away!
Finding your scissors was a little bit of a "Where's Waldo" exercise, but I finally caught a glimpse. *g*

That escaping rock makes me smile--it reminds me of when I drive along and spot a neighbor's cow on the wrong side of the fence, happily munching in the ditch. Of course, the neighbor's never as happy about it!
The scissors are now safely back in my drawer - well done for spotting them in amongst the mess!

I bet the cow thinks that the grass in the ditch tastes much better than the grass in the field.
Hah! That stone on the left looks like it's wearing a bad wig!
Hee - it does rather!
Incognito Stone!
*g*
I love the way the fence has been constructed around the 'escaping' stone. Great pic.
Thanks - glad you liked the pic.