Even accidental pics get printed.
There is a treasure trove in my journals.
If not sagging barns, then rusty metal sheds with dark interiors. Disappearance via slow disintegration. Beauty in the etching.
Sagging barns are so common in New England, we hardly see them. And yet, there is beauty in that decay, that melting into the landscape while harboring an interior.
I love the openness and kindness of his face and the line from his obituary: “he served life lovingly.”
What good are categories when they completely overlap?! This is a large postcard drawing / painting of Rilke from the cover of “Letters to a Young Poet.” It was photographed thru orange silk.
Fall colors including a fuzzy golden Spilosoma virginica
Backroads curiosity directional instinct testing beautiful spring day dropping foster dog off at doggie daycare […]
“Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.” ~Confucius
Grammy Ida at Age 22 – Printed in B&W
Grammy Ida at Age 22 (Hair is right)
Grammy Ida at Age 22 (Look is lost but colors are better)
Grammy Ida at Age 22 (I love how unstable this is)
Grammy Ida at Age 22 Sketch