|strange settings give me more to look at and think about before stitching|
I had already made a mini piece inspired by the next photo. It's so lush. I plan to make a larger version of it.
|the redwinged blackbird will likely be stitched into the right side to balance with the trees in the left.|
This next one... those trees at the turnaround on Grasswood Road. I have stitched them in autumn as winter approaches. I have stitched them in the spring after a spring storm. Now I have this one in winter. I like the cattails all puffed out in it. I need to try this one. I like the mood of it.
I really want to do a lot of winter scenes, but then I wonder if that would be a big turn off for a show in May. ? This one - I just have to work out this one! It had a mood to it too that I would like to stitch. It was a bitter minus 30 celcius, but the scene is so warm and soft.
Then there are all the photos I took at Beaver Creek in the fall. This one is a DOOZIE - there is so much in it. Maybe it's too much? Maybe I'll use parts of it.
It's pretty lush isn't it? The next one is a close up I adore. I just wonder if I do a shot like this without sky, it may appear more abstract. What do you think? I could do a whole series of grasses like this. Dreaming... ; )))
Is it just me? Does that last photo just make you sigh? It's so quiet and peaceful. I can just imagine every piece in the foreground handstitched... love love love.
Happy Thursday! Here I go...