blue shadows i can see my breath tonite and snow on the mountains
i saw a few of these the other morning at Boundary Bay up close and hunting during the day as short eared owls like to do. they were fighting with northern harriers. three more process pictures
Last year Michael and i sewed this quilt as a gift for our house. silver paper foil on fabric from my collection. This year Michael’s shadow is cast from low morning sunshine.
9 photos in series
i saw this i was there i took this picture to show you the earth spinning long nights thru these dark days
trees in my neighbourhood are things i’ve got structure stretching up, an exchange light in the morning light in the afternoon dark most of these dark days ah but look at us, we are beauty!
what’s new is that tonite i had figure it all out urge taking over scribbling up my chest and mind and heart then i picked up my fatblack oil stick and silver paper… see the series of 11 photographs…
Click on Photo to VIEW SLIDESHOW<– i picked the fig from a neighbourhood tree. the cat called banana picked me and we spent some quality time on the curb, all the while me trying to get just one “good picture”. not sure why on this series. any thoughts?
in the parking lot it feels like this land is land coated with mashed leaves hard surface obscured squelch squelch my boots and bones know what is beneath i can see my breath