Friday, January 9, 2009


"of.things.tidal"

A wave and a blog screen shot intertwined, slightly. Trying to simplify.

We are expecting snow here tomorrow mid day, a time to get cozy.

9 comments:

Lisa Sarsfield said...

Summery sandstorm when you get snow...they say opposites attract!

Joanne Gover Yoshida said...

Love the The wave becoming that simple blue turquioise (sp?) line, moving along and out of the page.

I can't help it, I see again a beautiful pack of squares.
But rather than cut them out, they become a way to move thru the space. Here, the movement is billowy and gentle.

A tidal wave that transforms its power into energy to create rather than destroy.

Enjoy the snow.

The Artful Eye said...

This piece immediately reminded me of a Peter Max.

I love the turquoise vein.

I miss snow days. Have fun relaxing with the family, if you get outside throw a snowball for me.

Bev said...

Arctic conditions here today. We have just been looking after my son's friend while his parents set off in thermals lokking like Everest Explorers to cross the Humber Bridge and back again. Understandably he didn't want to go, and apparently they were the only people walking that day. The Humber Bridge, not many people have heard of it but it's bigger than the one in San Fransisco but the views probably won't be as good!

We are now sitting around a roaring log fire after eating fish and chips.

I can't help it, but I see an Egyptian scene in this.....pyramids obliterated by snow (I did actually write that), sorry sand storms, heirogylphics and so on, and a palm tree bent in the sand storm....

But a sand storm is a wave, only not of water, but of sand.

Happy New Year to You!! Nice seeing your fine family round the tree the other day.

The Artful Eye said...

Fellow bird lover look here:

http://mybirdsblog.blogspot.com/

Sue O'Kieffe said...

today i saw migrating male robins, a flock of flickers and a covey of quail and thought of you. spring is on the way!

drink cocoa. stay warm.
~sue

jgy said...

How lovely to see bits of so many worlds.

Bev said...

Also it reminds me of the Sizewell Nuclear Reactor on a beach in Suffolk which we have visited. Sort of Nuclear Reactor shapes there if you know what I mean.

You see so many different things in your work and it is great fun:0)

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