Rock on wood

(005:  Rock on wood.  Photo © 2009 by Robin)

I was walking by the stumps of the elm trees that we had cut down not too long ago.  I saw this rock sitting on one of them and liked the texture and contrasts between them.  You can even see the cuts in the wood from the saw.

I do wonder, though, how the rock got there.

The music.  Or there’s always this one.

4 Comments on “Rock on wood”

  1. amuirin says:

    I like it too. You took a really simple subject, but it has a lot of story in it. The way the texture showed so clearly when the colors almost seem hazy, I don’t even know what’s so interesting about this, but it is. The very shape of the rock wants to talk.

  2. Robin says:

    The dichotomy between the colors and the texture probably have something to do with the playing around I did in Photoshop (which I now have back…yay!).

    If rocks could talk, I’d be very entertained while out in my garden. I think I grow more rocks than vegetables. 😉

  3. Anna Surface says:

    Hey, that is really neat! The rock, somehow, found its way upon the stump. We have an elm tree stump, and I am trying to figure out what to do with it. Rocks, I do love rocks. Perhaps rocks will decorate the stump and make it happy. Your rock looks like a happy rock.

    By the way, and I don’t know if you are into ‘nature that speaks’ but I had checked out a new book at the library about such things. Very interesting reading if you are into listening to nature speak. The book: Voices of the Earth–The Path of Green Spirituality by Clea Danaan.

  4. […] I wondered what to do about that stump. Then I came upon an idea from reading Robin’s post “Rock on wood” at her blog, Bogs of […]

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