MWM#38 Form &Texture
Oh what a tangled web we weave.......
My studio now painted white reflects the wonderful light through my two windows.in the final post image.
Journalist A personal view This image in no way represents anything written here. Journalism brings to mind integrity, balanced view, an intent to find the truth, or at least the facts, and report as accurately as possible. The media however is another thing altogether. Where everything has a spin depending on who is asking the …
Surprisingly I didn't find so many orange themed images in my library but I have fun making obtuse searches to see what pops up!
This week I have mostly just stayed home and either sketched or photographed in the garden. The sketchbook doodles using watercolours, pencil, pen and a new discovery Gansi Tambi water based metallic pigment. Here are my six. watercolour, metallic pigment . 2. graphite block and pen. 3. Macro DSLR Tulip head. 4. Sketch in 5B …
The artist is a mystery, so I am told by the lovely Gallery owner who keeps the secret of the wonderful artist who creates them.
Six Word Saturday: Here is my week- In Images.
Settle The prompt for this Friday: 'Everyone I talk to these days talks about getting back to “normal”, whereas I am thinking more and more like we just need to accept, if not embrace, today. So, today’s word is all about settling in to the way things are in the present moment…Settle. I’m looking forward …
some assorted photos and mixed media work with tenuous parallel lines
these are a few of my favourite blues
mini small Hmmmm not sure where to go with today's prompt I have a fascination with mini (ature )things...dolls houses, little houses fairy houses I used to drive a mini- my first car in 1968 - I will look for a photo! - no can't find one 😦 here is one I found online: apologies …
.......you could accidentally get a really interesting shot; you could achieve ambiguous, abstract images.
My Mid week Monochrome #37 for this week : I love how nature had started to reclaim this defunct hangar and the erosion of the metal panels wearing holes into the surfaces. A rather alarming piece of metal dangles from above. I had just looked through these images from 2014 for my Urban post today, …
Howard believed that such Garden Cities were the perfect blend of city and nature. After a city reaches its target population, new interconnected nodes can be developed. A Garden City is built up and its population has reached 32,000. How will it grow? It will grow by establishing another city some little distance beyond its own zone of ‘country’, so that the new town may have a zone of country of its own.
Call me Missing these rascals so much.... https://youtu.be/9FJW1801cNw
POTD Delicate Beautiful Clematis battered by the wind: with the sun behind the petals - do I detect a hint of mint?
Sunshine's Macro Monday #42 A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.... Cee's FOTD
A meeting in No Mans Land to overcome separation.
Another week of not straying far. This is pretty much my perch sitting watching the birds and the flowers and hostas unfurling.Mostly the only company is my Cat Rex and the birds. Perhaps not such a good combination(for the birds)
Question: Things can only get better ? Q: Can things only get better? We can but hope they will. Whatever your belief system in 'blank' we trust. Too much time alone to muse Here are some lovely landscapes (for me) to escape into:
My Own Paradise: Life on Seven and a Half Acres
The other aspect
Words from the Heart
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