Photos and text just in from Marlene in Florida.
the Sandhill Cranes –Antigone canadensis
They have a nest behind our site. The female and male take turns sitting on the nest. They walk around the campground checking everyone out. The other day I missed a great photo when an alligator swam over to the nest. The male Sandhill poked the alligator with his beak and the alligator swam off. Notice the red eyes they have. The male is a few inches taller then the female but hard tell when they are not together.
Double rainbow. St. George Island, Florida. Saturday night. .
“After the huge storm- “ from Kristin In Florida.
Thanks Kristin for sharing the gorgeous double rainbows and sunset skies after the storm.
Joanne painted this tea bag art and created a greeting card for my July 4th birthday.
My friend Joanne, belongs to an artists’ group in St. Augustine, Florida, -Cafe Sketchers
“Mary Ann Miller is the leader . Our group is the Cafe Sketchers and the blog is Sketching in Provence as a group of them went a few years ago…
We meet at a different cafe each time and sketch and eat. Lately we meet via zoom and share what we’re working on.” Joanne writes
“the idea was to use a teabag in a sketch/painting/print in any way you desired. Ideas included painting directly on dried and emptied teabags (inspired by New York artist Ruby Silvious), printing with the wet bag and making something out of that shape, painting with tea or painting a picture of a teacup. I used tea to dye unbleached muslin to cover my T-Doodles books”
The members painted tea bags and to see their artwork click here
Photograph by Helen Williams and posted with her gracious permission.
My friend Kristin in Florida looked at my blog post Absent Friends Not Forgotten at five am Thursday.
Was she ever surprised.
She sent me the photo on the right of her college ring (U of Florida) in the exact same ceramic box.
No, we did not give the little boxes to one another.