GROWING GILLS ONE RAINY DAY AFTER ANOTHER
Hi Ellen, This should be in an Art Gallery,this is really neat!great stuff. We keep weird things too just in case andthere is some form of attachment to them,I knew you werean artist. Babs
Funny how we all have an an unexplainable attraction to that "something" that catches our eye, makes us smile, tickles our fancy. Mine is miniatures, typography and anything faded, rustic, pale, used, worn, frayed. Oh and I'm also a magnet to small print and packaging. Now, with the ease of digital, it's such a joy to snap away and compile visual tapestries of our hearts desires. Thanks for sharing yours! xx
Gorgeous : )what a great collection, so much to look at! How do you do them? if it's not a trade secret!!!
I love all these images ---- and its funny what catches your eye. Do you ever try to define why.
These are lovely ... I too am attracted to patterns and shapes.How fun to include a broom! And I really like the bale of wire and the large rusted (?) tank.One of my favourite patterns is the guy wires on power lines, also the power lines themselves - the way they criss-cross, and the way the pattern changes as you pass them.Hope you're having a wonderful day. :)
P.S. The wild grasses are lovely right now - all kinds of tall and graceful seed heads swaying in the wind. I think of you whenever I see them. :)
So many things of interest...like layers.Nina x
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