3.05.2008

Original Intent (Revisited): Day One Hundred Nineteen

halloween decay at kruger's farm, portland

inspired earrings found here

15 comments:

Carol Emma said...

from decay - a thing of beauty!
what gorgeous earrings!

c.rachel said...

Your photos are aways amazing...even when it's of decay.

Those earrings reminds me of candy corn! Lovely!

wende said...

Oooh... orange. :D I'm digging that color this year.

pricklypearbloom said...

I'm loving all of the original intent. Hope you are well.

Julie Owsik Ackerman said...

Suz - love the pictures!!! Thanks for your comments on my blog. You are my blogging inspiration - thanks for planting that seed. It's been great for me. I've been slowly ploughing my way through your old posts. Just read the first month :)

Love you!

Kat - Taylor Made designs said...

mmm, now i want some candy corn :)
(actually, I don't like candy corn, but wow, don't those earrings look just like them?) Very pretty!

picperfic said...

these are gorgeous and I love the way you interpret your inpiration!

fine little day said...

Wanna eat those earrings!

amandajean said...

those earrings are wonderful! and in my favorite color. :)

holly said...

i want to eat those earrings they are so cute!

Bobbypin Bandit said...

I am finally recovered and back in the blogging world! I love the candy corn type stones. You always find the most perfect photos to post! Who would have thought fungus could be so nice looking.

Shona~ LALA dex press said...

Not to be a voice of doom, but I hope you have all these Original Intent photos on back-up hard drive or are saving them in some other way, they are all just sooooooo great + would even be wonderful to have as an iPhoto book of some sort.

A bit out of it with house stuff the last week, but nice to come back to your 5 posts (the blue earrings are just to fun!)

anna/village vegan said...

Pumpkins!!

Chickenbells said...

Oh...those DO look just like candy corns!! My favorites...

ellyy said...

these are beautiful, i'm constantly amazed how you can see these things and translate them into wearable objects!