Samstag, 22. August 2015

dc #174: tiny




Once we lived here, in Blankenese

This morning (Friday), 
during our kids are still in vacation-sleep (message on the kitchen table), hubby and me catch 
a tiny car-to-go (a twoseater) and drive to some of our former favorite spots











Back home in the Lionpalace (kids still in pj)
I recognize, that I really often bring some nature from the big outside
to the inside like the yarrow {Achillea Millefolium}, see above in the 3. photo.
Sometimes as cuttings (f.i. from Portugal) and sometimes as seeds like this acacia. 
It's seeds come from this tree:


by Azalee, Khartoum, August 2015





Till my tiny plant will became a big tree, I have to be patient.




And: what's tiny or big is in the eye of the beholder:



sometimes you only need special glasses!





Look, little fairies are dancing in a round:
Tammie Lee is our host! (thank you, Dear)

Her theme for this drawing challenge No 174 is

tiny


As an offset to making this ring of tiny pearls, I draw with coal on a big packing (90x120cm/36x48inch) a huge mouse

Please make sure that you find more of *tiny* (breath carefully)
 at the flowing place of Tammie Lee.


(Have you seen the woman on the stand-up paddle board in the 1. photo, left?)



Have a nice weekend!



Kommentare:

  1. Hallo Ariane, die kleine Maus ganz groß
    ist ja richtig süß :)
    Und die anderen netten Kleinigkeiten
    gefallen mir auch sehr :))

    Wünsche Dir ein tolles Wochenende!
    Liebe Grüße
    Möwe

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  2. Oh my gosh, I totally missed the woman on the paddle board. Now I want to go take my daughter's paddle board out on the ocean! LOL. Love the giant tiny mouse and love the idea of renting a tiny car to go for a morning jaunt while the kiddies are otherwise occupied. What fun! Well done dearest Ariane. Big hugs. :D

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  3. loved seeing/considering all your tiny and large offerings.
    so you took a tiny mouse and made it big (it is a wonderful mouse)
    and i took a cabin and made it tinier than the flowers
    yes, patience for seeds to grow into trees....
    how lovely to visit places..... again

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  4. Nice post. Your tiny big mouse made me smile:) - eric

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  5. I didn't notice the woman in the first photo until you pointed it out, now that's a nice thing to discover. I like the idea of making large art with small subject. I'm not a big fan of mouse but this looks pretty cute.

    have a lovely day.

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  6. good thing you mention the woman, in effect, i had not noticed her. she standing out in the water, right? and what an opportunity to go gallavanting with hubby near and far, this looks like a right posh area, this blankenese...? you had the perfect weather to do so... a two-seater? waw.

    i like that image where you shoot through the car window, that is such a lovely composition. naturally i also squeal at the woman standing in your flowerpot, the scene becomes her.

    swirling, swirling tiny fairies and matching aubergine coloured pearls.... i love the progress. SO chuffed. the setting for your labour of love appeals to me, in a sudden rush of admiration. i am excited!
    n♥

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  7. So many tiny things to see here, Ariane. Like a scavenger hunt for the eyes. Loved searching for the tiny woman in the first photo. You tricked me with your mouse. I said.."aw, that's such a sweet tiny mouse" and then I see the next photo. Are you giggling to yourself? Wonderful fun here today. Thanks. xo Carole

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  8. Yes! Perspective is in the eye of the beholder and your tiny seeds will one day become a huge tree!!

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  9. ;^))

    now this sounds and looks like a fine day
    love the images and insides
    as i love your tiny mouse, you clever girl
    and it looks so soft, just like that humblebee!

    the swirling fairies ;^))
    so like Tammie's drawing....

    thank you for this beatiful post
    have to go
    but will be back
    xx

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  10. beautiful pictures and post - your huge mouse is perfectly tiny!

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  11. Ariane you are so fun! Yes I did see something on the water, and no did not know it was a woman on a paddleboard until you directed me to it. So back up I went to have a look. Fun. You are growing a tree/trees! This is splendid. The young plants placed beside the large seeds is exciting indeed. I just really enjoyed this post, thanks A.! *smiles* N, x

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  12. Such a great selection of tiny things, and most of all I like the huge drawing of the tiny mouse. It just goes to show it's all a matter of perspective, isn't it?

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