Friday, April 11, 2008


"au.tumn.joy"

My fear of a world temporarily devoid of bare limbed trees is unfounded. We have Lisa in NZ documenting her fall as we spring, forward.

A number of images were added to recycled.lint - rediscovered old images saved on way to further transformations. Hope you enjoy some.

Have a great weekend.

4 comments:

Kim said...

great texture here John...
I can feel the wind rustling the leaves ....
the harrier works are lovely...
birds and sailing boat shapes...the blue contrasts with the amber beautifully...
the development of the butterfly works are amazing....very organic...
tests and life seem to go hand in hand....just when we succeed at one....life seems to dish out an even more challenging version....
how would it be if we protested and decided to intentionally fail a few?

Sweet Irene said...

Such lovely colors blue you used here, they look like antique Dutch tiles, but ever so more delicate. The trees are lovely and tender and all is balanced just right. Randomly, yet with some sort of order. It is a very soothing and calming to the mind image. Buddhist like.

Sweet Irene said...

I very much like old.re.flect.ions in recycled lint. You hide some of the best images there don't you?

dianeclancy said...

Hi John,

I love the soft colors on this one .. and the structure and the branches.

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