luffing sail

i bought white tulips a few days ago as a prop for a video i am filming with my daughter on making homemade yogurt.  i will share it with you when i am done.  this proud, shapely petal is all that remained of the tulips this afternoon.

 

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blue vaned

i am making some spring-themed shadow boxes for my friend’s south minneapolis store called corazon.  I was about to glue this tiny blue jay feather into one of the boxes, but I was having trouble letting go of it.  so i photographed it for STILL blog.  now i can let it go.

blue jay feather

saint paul, minnesota

 

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fallen things

i have all my collections and specimens laid out right now as i prepare for an art show.  all the harvest-gold and coppery-bronze popped out at me today. so i put together this  late winter color study. it also happens that each item had either fallen to the ground or fallen over when i found it, which makes it a different kind of study as well.

assorted specimens from minnesota, california, and france

 

 

 

 

  • Kathleen says:

    That is beautiful!

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  • margie says:

    i love these collections so much

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prairie grass in March

little blond zippers.

sideoats grama

rice creek regional trail, saint paul, minnesota

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i know that nose

for almost every STILL blog photo i have published, there exists a companion photo in my archives of my dog ‘s crumpled nose sniffing out my specimen. that’s more than 400 photos of jack’s nose. i promise i won’t publish them all.

puggle nose, ear and paw

saint paul, minnesota

 

 

  • Tracy Klinesteker says:

    Oh why not.

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  • Kathleen says:

    Oh please do!
    My dog has the biggest, nosiest nose too.

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