After a long visit from some in-laws, my brain is too fried to paint. Or even put my studio where someone was sleeping back together. So here are some photos of how I entertained myself while visiting Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Nova Scotia with my sisters last year. I did not find any fossils (my sisters did though) so I decided to play with the rocks instead.
I have a painting in my head so I’ll be back to normal soon, whatever normal is.
18 thoughts on “And now for something completely different…”
Very clever 🙂
Very nice. The last one is my favorite!
Cool rock painting! 🙂
Great sense of imagination.
I like these
How super. I love pebbles and rocks.
I love the second one! You are very creative…….and your paintings are beautiful!
I love painting…it is my way of relaxing, but I am not very good at it….I am definitely not able to paint anything that resembles anything in real life haha I really admire your skill – wish I could do the same thing! How long does it usually take you to finish a piece?
Thanks! It takes me anywhere from an hour to days depending on how much I procrastinate. 🙂
I’m glad you paint too, it is relaxing and fun to boot.
Love the last one in particular! I am so jealous of your artistic ability. I have so many ideas for books and postings and tee shirts that would be enhanced by artwork, and I can’t draw at all! I even wrote a whole thing on it… http://www.kidfreeliving.com/i-cant-draw-suck-it-doodle-boy (though don’t be offended by my bitterness… 🙂 )
LoL! That made my day reading that. “It’s a blueberry pancake”. Love it!
Love this post! I found you on the WordPress Forum, “Let’s find people with similar interests”. I recently started an art blog. I am sure I will be featuring you in a post or two in the future – I have bookmarked your site – it’s great.
Thank you so much. I appreciate it!
That’s brilliant! Are you sure you did not leave a message on the pebble in the picture at canal beach?
T’wasn’t me but I wish it had been, that beach has some great rocks. I’ll have to come for a visit someday and take confusing people to an international level. 😀
Love the first and last photos especially… our local beach is sand, but guess what I’m going to be inspire to do next time we are on one with stones LOL? (let’s face it the kids already think I’m mad, and I think it’s a brilliant idea to leave something totally natural and inspiring for other people to stumble across and discover)
Art and Inspiration comes in ALL forms… (I need to remember that more often).
Thanks, so many people were staring at the rocks looking for fossils I couldn’t resist. 😀
These are beautiful! Came via Piglet- couldn’t resist your link. It was worthwhile.