superior national forest, cook county, minnestoa
congrats mary jo
such beautiful work
There is a lovely museum feel to your blog. I came because of Arounna’s mention on Facebook. Glad I did.
Thank you so much Kathleen. That was exactly the feels I was going for.
And I am glad I didn’t scare you too much with the walnut shells :-)
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feathers from one mallard found scattered on the bank of vadnais lake
saint paul, minnesota
i am a gatherer of all things natural also and i love the way you have photographed these feathers
rice creek dog park, saint paul, minnesota
rabbit or beaver gnawed branches
found on the banks of the mississippi river on pike island, saint paul, minnesota
i think you would love the art of chris drury
I tried to do some birch bark biting after seeing his experiments with the ancient art.
Hi Margie –
Thanks so much for visiting and lingering. I really appreciate it. I see from your bog that we have a similar aesthetic, perhaps it’s those low rays of our northern latitudes that does that. Thanks for the comments, this is a fledgling blog and I appreciate the supportive feedback.
I will definitely check out Chris Drury. I am absolutely intrigued…birch bark biting? Sounds fascinating.