I love water so I am continuing on that theme in this series of kaleidoscopes. It is very early Spring here and really no leaves yet at Red Rock Crossing area of Sedona so I went to Oak Creek for inspiration and created "10 ducks in the water"
8 by 8 inch print framed $50
Original photo was:
anyone know what type of duck this is? I think a common merganser?
The past 8 weeks have been totally consumed by my renovation of my investment property. I have had up to 5 contractors there at a time with my 3 basic contractors putting in up to 50 hours per week. I feel like I live at the Home Depot. We are entering the home stretch with several interested buyers so after next week I hope to be able to think about something else! To celebrate the 95 percent mark, I did a kaleidoscope today of the new wooden double doors at 10850 which separate the den from the living room. I call it double doors!
8 by 8 inch framed $50
see my other blog for details about the house for sale!
I am enjoying exploring the area around my winter home which is open range for cattle between here and Sedona. This time of year the cows and calves are everywhere and the grasses are just beginning to green up for Spring. This morning we came upon brown cows, black cows, black cows with white faces and every other variety of coloration. Saba loves them and the wide open vistas of the west are truly stupendous. I walked for an hour this morning and took 54 wonderful photos which are destined to become kaleidoscopes. The first one is called white cow face!
An intriguing old stone building in my winter home town of Cornville, AZ an unincorporated community adjacent to Sedona, AZ where a surprising number of exotic animals are raised: emus, llamas, goats seem to be in many dooryards! Strong elements like fences, and hazy skies seem to compliment the composition don't you think. 8 by 8 inches framed, $50.
Original photo: an old building on one of the ranches.