Archive for May, 2006

more not-yellow vehicles

Thursday, May 25th, 2006

I took the two shots on the right this afternoon and then thought of the left one as a companion [© A. Woolner 1999; you can see her in the 9th marble from the top].  Naturally I invoked the Prearranged Special Parental Copyright for using her images while she’s in France, permitting me to continue […]

another local color

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2006

That’s today’s attempted abstract.  I generally like to surprise them in the wild, like this or this but I haven’t done it so much with color.  I guess I’ve been working in monochrome too long, because I was rockin’ with my range of charcoal-to-dove and its shock of blaze– Um, no. (It doesn’t matter how […]

local color

Friday, May 19th, 2006

In a nod to Crazy Aunt Purl with the crazy LA gas prices, y’all, here’s the sign for my favorite only truck stop.  It’s 2½ miles from me, but I’m just now starting to capture in pixels its genial hometown quirkiness. First: Flynn’s is open.  Wait, you’re reading this at 3:58 a.m.?  They’re open.  You’re […]

our neighbors’ faces

Tuesday, May 16th, 2006

On Sunday Jef and I ran down the walk dodging raindrops – he had to go to work, and I had errands to do – when, just as we hit the driveway, we heard a voice from the road. “Are those cows?” We both looked up, surprised by the question as well as the fact […]

I love you, always will, I can’t help it.

Saturday, May 13th, 2006

Today’s title is pulled from Xan’s letter a couple of days ago, and if that isn’t a Mothers’ Day present, I don’t know what is  :-} The “I can’t help it” is what makes it art, of course.  Somehow, with all the insecurities and the baggage and the righteous indignation that went into installing her […]