You never know when someone might be watching you!

Drawing- renter at hollow log

John recently pulled a great big hollow log up from the river. It has attracted quite a bit of attention. Ground hugs run through it regularly. A person might be able to wriggle through if we can figure out how to knock some of the insides out… Friend took photos from both ends! Wonder what her photographs look like. I’m going to have to take some of my own!

License plate altered to protect the car owner’s privacy…

Journal angry bird car

A Crayola Moment for all you frustrated artists! Yesterday I found myself driving behind my favorite color car-  bright yellow, driven by a girl with bright yellow hair. Sky was bright blue with puffy white clouds. Take it from there! Would love to see your finished product!

Remains in the Romaine!

Herring in romaine

Our local male osprey, Diver, brought a lovely herring to Robyn’s garden and dropped it perfectly in line with her newly planted row of romaine lettuce! The traditional native American fertilizer!  We’re pretty sure it was Diver because garden is near his new nest and he has been busy catching herring for days. It was such a lovely fish it must have attracted the attention of a local eagle. There was undoubtedly a dramatic war between the osprey and the eagle in the air over Robyn’s garden. Wish we had seen it happen. If the fish had dropped into the Potomac River, the eagle would have swooped down and stolen it before it slipped below the waves.  But neither bird wanted to attempt to retrieve the fish from inside Robyn’s  fabulous plastic net fencing designed to deter deer, groundhugs, rabbits and turtles.  We have added osprey and eagles to that list. Please use sketch for another CrayolaMoment!

herring 2

Robyn just sent me an actual photo of the herring nuzzled up against a romaine seedling, precisely in line with the just-planted row.  My drawing was from memory.  The fish was the most important part of my drawing so it did (unintentionally) become bigger than life… A drawing allows you to show a whole lot more than a photograph!