Wednesday, March 25, 2009


There's more gold in them hills....half scale.


Joanne Gover Yoshida said...

This reminds me of a post I'm about to post.
The way the goldfish goes from "real" into an image.
Like in a film that goes from 'real' to an amimation.
So many visual layers peeling off.
The area of the greens and the white background with text is elegant.

Lisa Sarsfield said... in the hills you say? I dunno John...sounds a bit fishy to me!!

Oh, ok. You know I had too.

I like's almost not fishy and like the streams of 'bubbles'.

The Finely Tuned Woman said...

Super fantastic, John! The goldfish look like they are drawn in ink. What a nice effect. I see the little gold ones.

I like this one as much as I like yesterday's. Hard to choose between the two. They are both excellent.

SusuPetal said...

There's something Japanese in this, the delicate lines, the airy composition. Beautiful.

John said...

Thank you, everyone. You are most kind, always.

Listening to the Beach Boys "Pet Sounds" disc. Calm ing grace on a drizzly day train ride home.

Tomorrow it will be in the sixties (hearsay).

"Sloop John B" in glorious mono in both ears.

It is 1966, again with my eyes closed.

"I want to go home..."

Wait - another song -
"God only knows what I'd be without you..."

It is less than three minutes long and drenched in heartfelt innocent honesty and harmony.


The Finely Tuned Woman said...

And he comments in a different color too.

Jean Levert Hood said...

I really love this one, John!

Mick said...

This ones my favorite while I was away, John. Look at those teeth! :O