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Day one nancy crow spring 2015


This was taken about half an hour after sunrise at the beach. It would have worked better for the previous week assignment but I didn't want to give up a chance to take photos at the beach. It was difficult to alter the photo with so much orange.

This was taken about half an hour after sunrise at the beach. It would have worked better for the previous week assignment but I didn’t want to give up a chance to take photos at the beach. It was difficult to alter the photo with so much orange.

obviously this has nothing to do with my day’s work. I spent all day sewing and sewing and sewing. I’ve decided that I do not like Kelly green or apple green.

I tried to lessen it’s presence with slicing and inserting nicer colors of green; and tried to put in some suggestions of bluebonnets and firewheels. Then I started on the top section which now looks like Medusa about to be let loose on the world. Technically it’s about half done but so far I think it will be good to cut into smaller pieces. But a night’s rest may let me see it differently.

On the way back I discovered that the windshield wiper on the driver side was now in bits and ribbons. Off to Walmart to find a replacement set. Who knew there were so many varieties. At least I knew I had to measure; looked for the book/table that noted which kind I needed to no avail. I haven’t installed them yet—thought I might wait until morning and better light and hopefully no rain.

Maybe I’ll try a very small piece to suggest what I wanted to accomplish that might not take too long to sew up.

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