Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
It just depends how you look at it. When I saw it, it looked to me like two arms holding a bunch of books – just like when I go upstairs to our study then half of them fall down before I get there!
Hold on tight, please!
A welcoming sign!
"It takes tow hands to hold it together." What a wonderful work of art!! Have a grand weekend! Cathy
that is so cool....it is harmony of the elements to me....
Two arms coming up out of the earth with the stones being fingers of loosely curled fists.
Aside from the poetic, isn't that exactly how arches work? The distribution of pressure from the sides holding up the center. Hmmm. Poetry in that too, huh?
Hang in there. Hold yourself together. Don't drop the ball.
Martin! You nailed it -- punny guy!
Butting heads over the children.
That's mountain engineering!
It's all about the keystone...life and art.
Portal to another time or dimension. Think carefully before you walk through it; it might take a long time to return, or maybe you'll have lived a hundred years and return in a milisecond. Or maybe I read too much science fiction.Lynne in GA
An accident about to happen.
Ooh, I like the portal idea.I also really like the support on the right -- it look like two legs helping to push.
For some reason, I've always felt like that thing should be moving in some way. It just seems to convey movement.
Hmmm, Vicki, I'm thinking of Al Green.Let's stay together...xo
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