Friday, February 11, 2011

Treasures

This photo is from a while back but I like the interesting conglomeration of objects.  We went to a lady's home in the mountains and she had all kinds of interesting treasures in little spots here and there.  I was totally fascinated.  I think you can see amethyst in the center, an elk or bear tooth, and Indian scraper, glass, quartz and it even looks like some turquoise.  This lady was so interesting!      Diane

9 comments:

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Oh what a fun collection of things! each on it's own may not be that great,but together they make a lovely picture.Have a wonderful weekend.
Ruth

texasdaisey said...

What pretty treasures! I like to see little collections of things like that too. Very interesting.
Debbie

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Bet that lady was interesting to talk to also, Diane... People who collect little treasures probably have a story to tell about each of their treasures...

Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

How cool! I bet she is interesting, in the upper left of the display the one rock looks like a birds nest.

The French Bear said...

Wow, the amethyst is gorgeous.....and the turquoise is stunning...I don't think I have every seen it other then in jewelry....what a great collection!
I love to hold stones and absorb their energy...do you ever feel it when you hold them?
How interesting she must have been...bet she had lots of neat things to share!
Hugs,
Mags
x

Denise said...

I used to do that many years ago.. I seem to have lost my childhood curiosity for just the simple things.. Your collection is very pretty.... I especially like the one near the front... lavender in color.

Heidi said...

Quartz fascinates me I look at those rocks and think how amazing God is and how he thought of every detail to perfection from the rocks to flowers....we could go on and on. The best is the wonderful people we get to meet!

Jayne said...

Each special with a wonderful story I am sure!

Miss Gracie's House said...

Pretty! I bet you had a grand time...listening and learning...have a great weekend!
Rene