That is cool to have your own clay supply. I love the photos. Charm is gorgeous.
Wonderful pictures, love your horses.Enjoy your day.Sunny :)
How cool is that, to have your own clay to work with! Post a picture of something you've made with it.
The horse pictures are yummy. You can tell they love you.
Hi Gail,Nice photos! Say, you asked about the 3 columns on my blog. I got the instructions on how to do it from here the Three Column Blogger.http://www.threecolumnblogger.com/Here's the link to the Dark Background that I use.http://www.threecolumnblogger.com/2008/09/three-column-minima-dark.htmlHave fun playing with that info!Ice Pony Girl
Wow, that clay is an amazing colour and if you get it in tones of blue/green, even more amazing!
Beautiful horses and the pond is so serene looking. I too am amazed at your clay. Sure would love to see a project.
Beautiful pictures and beautiful animals.Thank you for the nice comments on my blog. Where in AR is clay like that? Not where I live. We grow rocks. HA! HA!Have a great week!Maxine
Great pics! Your horses look very content and happy...=) Are there fish in the pond?
Great shots! Please show us what you do with the clay.
Ahhhh, and life is good!!!Have a wonderful week.
Gail,What do you mean if you can find straight blue/green clay..What is mixed in with the blue/green that keeps it from "working well"? Just curious..
Love the horse pictures and the refective pond is gorgeous!
Your horses are absolutely beautiful!(as is your photography)Indie
I love to catch my animals (and kids) unaware. So much fun. Love your clay pit. My kids, when they were young had a great clay spot and spent many an hour molding. Good for the soul.
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