An update, Sunday, 2nd,because I LOVE zany stuff. I’ve just come from Chatoyance
who has a link http://www.vianegativa.us/2007/08/22/international-rock-flipping-day/
to the site of some guy who’s initiated rock-flipping-day. I am in! Course, I’m also on the fast side of the world so I’d better get flipping…
Some indifferent shots of some of my artwork; these two are lino prints, although I also have two collographs in the current show.
The theme was “Palm and Vine Forest.”
A few posts back I think I said I would try for some pictures of the Sunbirds…well, I managed to catch Momma Sunbird just before she flew out of the nest,presumably on a quick snacking flight. I’m not sure when she started sitting, so I’m watching frequently and, if my timing is not out of whack, I hope to get shots of the fledglings.
Meanwhile, here is a link for better pics.
And my blogging friend,Denise, from across the Tasman, has a link http://ragandbone.com/blogger/ to some absolutely stunning sandwork. The sandcastles are several posts in, but before you scroll to them, have a look at some of the other “oddities.” Those of you who make artists’ books, journals or do “real” bookbinding might be interested.
* In the Antipodes, a chicken is called a chook. Just in case some of you didn’t know!