Wednesday, April 14, 2010

The Wild Life and an accessory

Just a few more pictures from Sea Ranch!  I'm learning slowly about the camera and these came out a little better.  This baby and mama washed up on the shore and the nursing started right there, with more waves washing over them.

The cormorants continued to fascinate me.

After the big storm, a rainbow.
Kari's posting about understory, gave me an understanding of this:
And lastly, here is one of the fabric bracelets I hope to offer in my shop!

That's all for now;  I'm on the road to Tucson to visit family.


  1. ah, another view of your lovely surroundigs, I'm greatly enjoying this, I love these walks with you.
    And I can see the impressions return in your bracelet. Colours of the sea, ther rocks and cormorants, those sweet seals and the rainbow.
    Have a lovely day!

  2. Great pictures! Love the ocean.
    Cute fabric bracelet.
    Love Arizona. Have a great trip!

  3. Thank you Sandra. I'm on the road again now, and it's so nice to relax a bit and read your comment.I'm trying to keep all these scenes in mind while I drive, plus be open to the new ones unfolding. Store them all up for when I'm home again.

  4. Thanks Marie! I love your paintings...the spirit of those figures really comes out. And I'm heading toward Tucson at this very moment and hope to see some kachina figures there.

  5. Oh, I love your understory ~ I want to sit right under it and contemplate the world! You have captured some incredible sights with your camera. I just love that baby seal and mother. And your bracelet is just wonderful ~ little fat pillows! What a sweet idea. So cozy-looking and colorful with those little turquoise buttons nestled in between each one. I like that very much! xo Kari

  6. Thank you Kari. This road trip I'm on right now is taking me through some beautiful scenery, but I'm finding myself longing for that quiet place to contemplate it all; peace while in motion...keeping that goal in mind. Now I must prepare for another day on the road. It is good to hear from you!