ART JOURNAL: Any blank book I fill with my drawings.
I am facinated with starfish. I guess because I have so seldom seen them. I remember watching a gull eat one that looked impossibly large for it to swallow. That sweet owl was wondering what you were up to. Great pictures. HAW.
Happy New Year, and Happy Animal Wednesday. I want one of those mirrors in my house!
Some great shots here..I WANT THAT MIRROR.. haha. I think everyone is going to want that mirror. LOLLove those Owls too.
Yep. want one of those mirrors!Lynn, oh the photos...."the King" (at rest, as usual), the Gull, the OWLS.... especially the one where he (she?) is tilting his head, looking like he is thinking: "Whooo are you"? The purple Starfish...... gorgeous!Lovely, lovely photos!Hope to meet you and your DH in December! Mazel Tov! Happy New Year!Love,♥ Robin ♥
Great photos! Love those starfish also. I never realized they could get so big!HAW
Oh gosh. I thought the first photo was of a couple of monkeys!!! LOL.Great photos. Henry is a riot. And yes, I too find the starfish most beautiful and interesting.
ps am so excited that you and Robin will meet. You both love art and you most likely walk the same pathways in SF at times. Hurrah
Wow what a fun post!!!HAW!So you will be meeting Robin.....How wonderful!Everyone is meeting each other, how great. Are you meeting in SF?Have a nice day Lynn!!!!
You gotta love those slim figures, eh??? LOL. Today I bought a wonderful almond cake for the Jewish New Year! I am not one of the slim people! Getting worse every minute with this favorite deli of ours!!!Happy holiday to you!!!
What a full day you had! I especially love that mirror in front of an icecream shop. I wonder if I can get one for my bathroom?
Love that seagull. Such a beautiful photo of a very common and pesky bird. I only wish I lived closer to the ocean. I so miss all that special and unique wildlife.Wish MY mirror would do that. I really need one (or maybe a diet).
Cute Henry as always. Great idea to have slimming mirrors outside of an ice cream parlour! And those owls ... they appear often in your photos. I don't know if to find them cute, amusing or slightly eerie (but not in a bad way). They seem very tame.
Thanks for leaving your comments as I love hearing from you. Your words of encouragement are why I continue to draw!