Sunday, 3 February 2013

Ruin Inchies

As you can see , I am catching up a little bit! I am really just NOT finding enough time to do everything! Boo!!!Anyway, here are two Ruin Inchies, A Hut Inchie and a Stone Inchie. Sorry to be such a laggard:-(

A stone projectile point

The Hut on Fowl's Legs( Moussorgsky)

Ruin #1
Ruin #2
I am going to post this - late- to everyinchiemonday2012.blogspot.com Join us over there and see what everyone else has done!

9 comments:

  1. Ooh, Mom, I like them! The hut reminds me of Hayao Miyazaki's movie "Howl's Moving Castle." It kind of looks like it should be a guest house or garden shed following along behind the main castle! As for the point, I am very impressed! (Should I maybe not admit that I looked at it and thought "Ooh, with the asymmetrical blade and expanded basal morphology, that is clearly a Late Archaic Perkiomen point"?)

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  2. Tee hee hee! That is EXACTLY what I would have said - not! Glad you enjoyed them .

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  3. Love your inchies. The hut makes me smile. I am happy that you are catching up. Hope you enjoy the project even with just a little time.

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  4. LOVE the Mussorgsky! I'd never have come up with that. And the stone arrowhead is cool too. The 'red' ruin looks like it was genuinely an inchie you were working on that got ink spilled on it. That's clever.

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  5. Love the inches! All them are fabulous :)

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  6. Fabulous inchies, I love them all especially the fun hut one.
    xxx Hazel.

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  7. I absolutely love the hut one!!! How cool!!!!!! If it was posted in the group I would fav it for sure!!! love love love!

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  8. They are all wonderful. I love the red one.

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  9. I love that I'm not the only one finding it hard to keep up. Wonderful that you showed us your catch-up inchies as well, because they are wonderful. Have to say that first comment by your daughter (?) made me smile. Your "ruin" inchies were great but being a great fan of "Pictures at an Exhibition" (both piano and orchestral versions), I was absolutely thrilled with your "hut" image. Just brilliant!

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