Diary of a Rock Balancer ::
Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 12 March 2016 — Texas, USA ::
Experiences at this spot:
-Extended blue heron eye contact / extended reflection
-Possibly tons (literally) of carp washed over the dam after extended rain. (Not to worry, they seemed fine)
All places I’ve worked with rocks have a perfectly unique charm. I’m surprised every time by some new signature of vegetation, wildlife, season, climate, time of day/month/year, layers in rocks. . . any aspect of an infinite array of variables! There is always something fascinating in the details.
Llano, Texas, USA
You are wise beyond your years Master Michael.
Jill Gelua Maristela ganito yung sa research namin
Yeah, maraming gumagawa niyan dun sa kweba sa subic matnog.
Aida, esti tamien fai coses con piedres….
Magic Magic Magic
Nope. Ain’t happenin’
Don’t you believe in blue herons Bob.
Yes I do, John. They live here in my area of Palm Springs. I have a favorite great blue who visits my backyard pond and helps himself to a few of my pet Koi occassionally.
You’re going be a yogi before too long :-) (I actually don’t know what qualifications are, but you seem to have aced at least “Yogi 101” – and if I’ve offended someone who actually knows, please accept my sincere apologies.)
You’ve got the foreshadowing down, dude.
It so fantastik! Iwill try, but its nott easy. <3
inspiring. thank you
Details make up our lives. Details… always sensible on your side.
I was hanging out with a blue heron last week too.( This is after i got too close and scared it off. ) Extended eye contact is pretty special! I bet it liked your build.
like the balance, love your words
I love your work so dearly
those wedges tho…. :-)
Thanks for a little bit of peace, in the middle of my work day! (Lunchtime :) )
Have a blessed day my dooood