Wednesday, November 6, 2013


I'm posting Tatting Lesson (7-28-13), above, as much to show that I can work in other color ranges than that of blue/purple, as to share a photo I think works at least moderately well. I enjoy the texture of this one and it shows up best in these vibrant red/oranges after trying many other colors. Which, as at it happens, are not too far from the original plant's deep red blossoms.

Sunset Over Foothills (11-7-11), below, was just re-worked today from an abstract version of the original that I'd left sitting in the folder for a couple of years. When I hit on these shapes and colors today I immediately thought of the sunsets I've seen over the mountains in the not so far distance outside our retirement community's front gate. One of the few advantages (at least for me) to the days becoming so short is I'm actually out once in a while to see a lovely sunset (as opposed to ensconced in my room reading or writing and oblivious to the outside world).

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‘til next take, may you enjoy life in the ever changing light,

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