ART JOURNAL: Any blank book I fill with my drawings.
What fantastic photos you have gotten. I LOVE the little guy on the bottom. what is it?I love the color in the hills too.the broken limb pointing at us especially.. POW it hits you in the face so to speak. lolWill have to look the over a few more times too.
Cris, I added a title to the last photo for you. That no so little critter is a marmot sunning himself on the rocks on this semi snowy day in June.
Lynn, absolutely great shots, I love every one of them. And there is lots of textile inspritation here too. Love the landscape, awsome, and the structure of the stones and the sculpture,BEATIFUL photos Lynn!The marmot: want to touch it:)loveAndrea
HI LYNN!!!seems like you're having a great time... thanks for the photo of my favorite flowers!!! and the rest of the shots are very captivating... especially the marmot and the sculpting and the sedimentary stone... thanks for sharing with us...You're in Minnesota you said? what part exactly, if you don't mind me asking... it looks like lovely country...HOPE THESE WORDS FIND YOU WELL AND ENJOY THE REST OF YOUR HOLIDAY!!!JON
Beautiful photos!Very well doneLayers of sandstoneSpeak to me they doMust be a wonderful trip you are takingI'm glad your eyes are openThanks for sharing
Lynn these are lovely. I really like the sculptures, the hands, the faces. I love rock strata too. The marmot is so cute. All the adventures you have created for yourself. Thanks for sharing the trip with us. be well, Suki
i thought i left a comment - but i guess it didn't work! where are these beautiful sculptures?? lovely shots -- thanks for sharing :)
Glad you all are enjoying the photos...we are in Brooklyn Park, MN. It's a suburb outside of Minneapolis. Yes, we have seen miles and miles of interesting rocks/walls/that are millions of years old...there are even signs that say how old they are. And of course DH knows all this history and geology so he makes it interesting for me too.
Thanks for leaving your comments as I love hearing from you. Your words of encouragement are why I continue to draw!