“Hmmm…” Cal looked down at the runny dots on her dress. “The watercolor ink flows a little too freely when warmed by the sun?” Nia slid Drawist’s container of markers underneath the shade of the umbrella. “Isn’t it wonder-full that the Passion flower plant has become so bountiful that Typist is willing to pluck a bloom for us to hold?”
Button: “There is a fine line between numerator and denominator. (Only a fraction of people will find this funny.)” 😁
I thought the passion flower was a new experiment in 3D artwork! It looks unworldly. Like a Star Trek prop. But this was growing on your deck, Gail? 😳
#Passion for the Passion Flower. It’s other worldly!
It is indeed wonder-full on a wonder-filled Sunday!
Have a wonderfully, wonder-full, wonder-filled, wondrous, day! Wooh… I wonder? 🤔😊🤔
Gail, I can’t say how glad I am that your final infusion cocktail hasn’t depleted your creativity! The depth of field for the Passion flower is remarkable.
I’m reminded of a “toy” we had as a child. A ViewMaster stereoscopic slide viewer. Our collection of discs mostly featured scenes from the Rockies. On the depth of field topic, one memorable view was of Morning Glory Pool from Yellowstone! The depth experienced with that device amazed me. Just as the Passion Flower did today.
I thought the pointillist paper was a nice complement to the overall work. With VOCES8 playing in the background! Bravo!