hand made paper, shifu, artists' books, north country living, and some words
i love being able to see what you see!
I see a wise old one with a huge ear in that first image. The little tiny eye and big nose and open mouth. Funny little person. and I'm sick of proving I'm not a robot, but I'm getting so much spam since I took this thing off my blog :(
Gorgeous...all of them...but the last one...oh the last one!
fossilized ram's head?
quite a collection...
Sometimes it's the micro that can make all the difference. There's a lesson in here I think I need today. Thank you!
aimee, isn't vision an amazing thing? also cameras!valerie, ahh!nancy, yes, it dried nicelykaite, a burlronnie, !!!lynn, i like to get close for sure
am guessing that's paperbutit looks like concrete
What delights one sees when taking a good close look. Love the change in perspective and the possibilities offered...especially from the tribute the wise one was left in the first photo.
india, the flax is almost as strong as concrete...almostjennifer, i've been working on looking big, but small and up close is so satisfying.
that last image is wonderful. when i was teaching the little ones, we used to wrinkle up paper and then tell stories about 'what we see'.
deanna that is a great project! and thanks.
yes i realise it's a burl, but if you squint really hard it's a fossilized ram's head.
kaite, good eyes
the burl reminds me of a head of a tortoise eating grass, or taking a nap. enjoy your reading, and don't get too snowbound!
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