Thursday, September 21
Fresh faces, fresh voices
Two of my favorite pictures from Another Think, aptly entitled Beauty in the Commonplace--Charlie has a keen eye for spotting the extraordinary in the ordinary. Gotta love their titles, "Bucket" and "Shed". A quiet and unassuming argument for simplicity. Thanks to Charlie for permissing me to use them here (I think I just made up a word which should be a word if it's not one). Oh, in addition to that "keen eye" of his, he's an interesting read, too.

If you wanna read one of the best (IMHO) bloggers out there, be sure to carve out some time with Gordon, aka RLP; You'll enjoy his Foy Davis stories (this one is linked to his recent post). It's been a while since I paid him a visit, but wow...for some reason his post today touched me (and the guy's a complete stranger!). Whether or not you're a believer, whether or not you agree with his theology, you'll be missing alot if you don't check him out.

(These are not paid endorsements...these guys have no idea I exist, lol. But I likey their style and thought some of you would, too :) ).


  Into the pensieve on Thursday, September 21, 2006
  Your thoughts, please (4)

At September 21, 2006, Blogger Swampwitch said...

Permissing is a perfecly good word. The pics are awesome and I'm going to link tonight and read. Thanks for the suggestions.

At September 21, 2006, Blogger Holly Schwendiman said...

Love the bucket picture!


At September 22, 2006, Blogger M J said...

The bucket picture is simply wonderful. I hope I can train my eye to see the beauty in things like that... hopefully I have my camera with me when I do!

At September 26, 2006, Blogger Robin said...

Thanks, SW. You're a teacher, I'm taking your word for it.


MJ, "training your eye...". I LIKE that thought....


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