Can’t WAIT to see this one!!
These were shot through a dirty, snowy window but I’m amazed at how well
some of them turned out. When we have weather coming I move the feeders
close to the lee of the house, away from the high winds that come off the
bay. That also puts them very close to the kitchen window so I and my cats
can be distracted by the birds all day.
they should have attached that label to that storm since there is yet
another coming through tonight. We will be right on the snow, ice, rain
fringe. This is the third storm in about 12 days. Very unusual for coastal
Virginia. So, I will, once again, be praying that my power holds and I
don’t become dependent upon my way too small woodstove to keep me, the
kitties and all of my expensive paint products from freezing. Enjoy!
I don’t think I would survive this, even if I survived it. I looks worse that some of our regular routes in Sumatra. And that’s saying something.
Thanks again to the NYTimes I can get a glimpse of another art event that I can’t possibly reach in bodily form.
Loaded with sub-text the images give the impression that these Victorian women’s heads were full of a lot more than fluff. They found ways to express their intellect and points of view within the confines of what was an appropriate leisure activity.
I enjoyed this article on design process. She talks about the importance of color and some of the constraints that actually help her make choices.