"Her and Her Episodes" Acrylic on paper... All content copyright! 2005 - 2017 and so on, and on, and on....

Thursday, June 22, 2006

"RED DOT" UPDATE
as found yesterday on the parsley leaf...

isn't it amazing?

9 comments:

Anne-Marie said...

Oh that's very cool. It looks more liquified on the first frame.

-AM

dragonflyfilly said...

angeldust!!! -- how KOOL is that?!!! i saw a woodpecker yester! --- first one in about a year!

beware those cute little red dots...they eat your plants...you do not want them around....

cheers for now,
pj

dragonflyfilly said...

yesterday....not editing...thanks for stopping by....i have a workshop to go to tomorrow, Sat. and Sun...see you later....

"Angeldust" said...

filly
they are ladybugs - good for the garden - I am told. Could not hurt or chase one away..

Did not "see" woodpekers, but heard them loud two days in a row somewhere at the end of the alley
Sat. got workshop with

Shorekeepers - eel grass?

Take care. Enjoy

"Angeldust" said...

"filly"
it is Sun. and it is foraging fish...

When I picked up the book a CD called me, "Dream Walker - Cocopelli's Journey, Ron Keller.
Simply precious. Will burn you copy. (Somewhat "livelier”, intriguing (?) than Carlos Nakai - know him?


Angel Dust friends (four - five?)
- huge posting coming up on round trip to Vancouver and another to pick up Kings of Comedy DVD - HATED ALL the "unnecessary" cussing, heard "some" jokes in between, but the journey up the hill was worth a million.
Anytime soon...

A wonderful weekend for all!
Love and blessings.
-.a.-

Metalchick said...

Oh! They are ladybugs! I thought I guessed wrong last time.

ian gordon said...

I'm still recovering from the realisation it's been "a year"...

Impossible.....

Wow....

"Angeldust" said...

Ian
hard to believe -isn't it?
I was stunned myself with the discovery...

WOW?
would "quiet waters run deep" apply?

"Angeldust" said...

OK filly
this time will be the "propper version" - head in the clouds...

Forage Fish
Join us for herring, surf smelt, sand lance and anchovy spawn surveys on the beach! These species are key prey for marine mammals, salmon and rockfish. These amazing fish use a diversity of habitats throughout their life cycle.

Friends of Semiahmoo Bay Society will be offering a Marine Fish Identification and Habitat Survey Methods workshop on Sunday, June 25, 2006 at Beecher Place in Crescent Beach, Surrey.