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Monday, 20 February 2012


Lightly Here K Howell 2012 Acrylic on Paper 36cm x 26cm
      In slick February mud, a crater-basin  collects the rain and grows a flat forest...
       One of the advantages to having an unadopted road nearby is the infinite capacity for puddles. They constantly change shape and colour. Each one contains its own shifting microcosm, a small reflection of the surrounding world.
     Trees don't move around much, being rooted in the earth the way they are. But they can turn up in unusual places.
     Puddles are transporting! Even without wellies.


  1. This is really intriguing-at first I thought is was a butterfly..wow..

  2. The puddle has a lacewing look. Maybe it's more lightly here than I thought!