Work No. 89, The Stones that Never Rolled.. Posted on October 20, 2005 by Michael St.Mark The Stones That Never Rolled c. 2004 Michael St. Mark Whinlatter forest, Cumbria Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
It’s the marvellous dampness Valerie, the mosses love it. Not so English human joints.
Hobbit; I vill haff too investigate ziss Ikea art!
Please do, i mean no offence but im buying some more canvas tommorrow…just to cover up what Mother Frumblefoot has done has allowed herself to do…
The different shades of moss in this country are amazing!
its ok….tis all lies!!!!!!
is it just me or have Ikea got a good selection of canvas paintings for toilet walls latly?
Shame on me I have not read LOTR! Seen some on DVD tho. Tis time 4 u 2 educate me wee Hobbit one.
Nite til the morrow.
They’re everywhere already little Hobbit. And in charge of “art”. Sigh.
Who strokes who’s chin?
oh…be my chin sir…
so…Lothlorien is the tate?
they wont come back round ere will they Mr StMark?
a whole different world to here…but *sigh* no one makes hobbit art.
You see they are not originally from this earth; their spirits have migrated here from alien worlds where no language of the heart is spoken. Why do you think earths population has suddenly grown so huge since 1900? And at the same time technology grown so too?
They are the elves of high IQ but low HQ ( heart Quotient) who dont care that are destroying this world with their arrogance and ego. As long as they make money and power to satisfy their bodies they neither believe in nor care for their or others’ souls.
indeed….so tall and snobby, bringing the new ways instead of the olde….they brought a thing called microwaves round ere…and took away our pipes..
why micheal why?
Oh Aye Hobbit, reminds us of those peaceful Hobbit days before them elves came along and made everything rush & push. Damn them and their small-minded greed.
Hobbit likes this.
Apart from looking like old man Pedarcrackers farm fence…its peaceful….
Well here in Matamata, little old NZ, we have the original Hobbiton Village. Your tour guide will be a sheep that’ll take you to where the hobbit holes are hiding.
hmmmmm…well thats my distant cousins, who live in fear of being plucked out of holes…we at the shire here in blighty hear wonderous things about the talking sheep…
make a nice stew that would.
Also…Whinlatter…what a wonderful name, on a serious note id love my passport to say Whinlatter…although it doesnt state City does it…
someone have a word.