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Fairy Droppings #2.

Also known as gifts for the fairies

Droppings #1
Droppings #3
Droppings #4
Droppings #5
Droppings #6
This is the second collection.
Click on the appropriate link to see the 1st , 3rd, 4th, 5th & 6th collections.

The droppings shown on these pages are only a small portion of what is left for the urban fairies.

May 11, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Peaceable Kingdom:

(2) Pennies
• (1) Blue Lizard
• (2) Croutons

May 3, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Voilà:

(19) Pennies

May 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Selo/Shevel:

Scattered

A mini knit blanket.

An anodized aluminum micro sized threded keychain container

A broken matchstick

a strip of paper printed with "name. address and phone"

May 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Peaceable Kingdom:

Closer, you can see two miniature buckets,. Inside the smaller bucket was a red heart gem.
(1) clear gem

May 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Voilà:
You can't change a snake!

• (1) Rubber snake, • (60 quarters,
• (3) dimes, • (3) nickels, • (17) pennies,
• (1) short strand of 7 white beads,
• (1) brass bangle
May 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Sweetwaters
• (1) folded dollar bill, • (8) pennies
• (2) dimes, • (1) quarter
• (1) bundle of three fairy size books
• (1) mini drawing
May 27, 2006
Fairy Dropping at The Ark. Fuschia...generally, by the time I see a flower that is left at a door it has already begun (or finished) withering. On this day I saw flowers at several locations still in great shape. By the time I made my rounds, they were all gone...inside?
May 27, 2006
Fairy Dropping at The Ark
May 27, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Selo-Shevel
• (1) Flower, • (2) JellyBellies,
• (1) screw
May 27, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Peaceable Kingdom
• (1) Flower, • (2) Pennies
May 30, 2006
Fairy Droppings at The Ark
• (2) pennies, • (2) beads
• (2) fairy boulders
May 30, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Sweetwaters Café
• (1) flower, • (1) transparent, orange, plastic, flower bead, • (1) opaque, purple, plastic, flower bead, • (1) 3-lobe wooden bead, • (1) irridescent flower sequine, • (1) 1 1/4" x 2" gold lame fabric swatch, • (1) 1 1/2" hot pink string, • (1) spool of white thread, • (16) pennies, • (1) dime, • (1) nickel, • (1) caucasian-colored satin covered button, • (1) hand drawn fairy ensemble of skirt and top.

Generous Memorial-day weekend crowd!

May 30, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Peaceable Kingdom
• (1) clear bead, • (1) wooden bead
• (1) purple metalic leaf sequine, • (1) blue-metalic sea-urchin pom-pom
June 11, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Selo/Shevel Gallery
• (4) pennies, • (2) nickels
• (1) red crayon, • (1) American flag pin
June 14, 2006
INSIDE the fairy "store"
at Peaceable Kingdom

On the wall is the
Golden Paintbrush pin which the fairies won from the Ann Arbor Comission on Art in Public Places

June 14, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Sweetwaters Café
• (5) pennies
• (1) bunch of
PARSELY!?
NOBODY eats parsely.
June 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Selo-Shevel Gallery
• (1) Black Bead • (3) coffee beans
June 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Peaceable Kingdom
• (1) gNOT ticket. • (1) piece of gum
June 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Sweetwaters Café
• (1/2) Gold Crayon • (1) faux pearl
• (1) pkg Golden sugar, • (7) pennies
• (2) dimes
July 24, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Selo-Shevel Gallery
• (1) Penny
• And... Polly™ comes to visit
August 14, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Selo-Shevel Gallery

• Dirt

Ok...is thise "wierder" than any other dropping?
Was the dirt meant to make the fairies feel more "at home"?
Maybe the fairies had just been romping in the mud and wiped their feet before going in?... Though it seems to be deliberately spread out over the stoop.

<< August 14, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Sweetwaters Café
• (1) Wilted weed/flower
• (15) pennies
• (1) Nickel
• (3) dimes
• (2) Quarters
• (1) Button & bead earring
<< August 14, 2006
Fairy Droppings at Peaceable Kingdom
• (1) bit of fern or locus leaves (set aside)
• (1) withered purple flower (set aside)
• (1) black crayon (on sidewalk)
• (12) Pennies ~ metal
• (1) Nicke ~ metal
• (2) Pennies ~ plastic
• (1) Dime ~ plastic
• (1) Quarter ~ plastic
<< August 16, 2006
Fairy Droppings at the Ark
• (1) Eensie Weensie Dime...
(I put the penny there for scale)

as I was walking away I happen to notice an equally small Nickel too.
September 9, 2006
Fairy Dropping at the
Peaceable Kingdom:
• The tiniest origami crane that I can
remember seeing.
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