She was a rockwriter.
Her mission: random inspiration.
On rocks she penned profound sayings like,

“Accept no substitutes.”

Then she’d toss her stones to obscure places for possible discovery by others.
When she tumbled onto pigments, that all changed.


“Pebbles on a Montana Lakeshore” by Jason Savage

8 thoughts on “Rockwriter

    • Isn’t it though! I take no credit whatsoever for finding it. Tony Lovell from Grammar Ghoul Press found the shot and you can follow the link to see where it comes from. I love the colours.


  1. I always know that your pieces are going to have a quirk–it’s something that I love and look forward to–but there’s something so sweet about this piece that makes me swoon. Awesome work, my dear friend!


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