When the artist carved the zebra, why did he make him look as though he is fighting to be free? His mouth is open, neck pulled in, fighting against his bonds. He was made to bring children joy. I wonder if anyone notices this animal they ride, wants to be free.
Yes, I know the zebra is not real, but the feeling it evokes in me is. :p
This picture was taken on a pier somewhere in Florida, by a kind stranger, old enough to know we could out run him if he chose to take my camera with him. I look happy here, go figure. I think it was because my youngest still loved to snuggle & looked at me as though…
After someone gets them out of the box & onto the board!
Actually, I cut out his tail. But I may have eaten one
I love that you can see the sky reflected on the dolphin’s back.
This was taken at a small aquarium in Florida.
This child is older now. At the time this was taken, I felt she was already grown. Smarter then she should have been at five.
She played hard that day at the beach. Sunburned, red eyes, pink dress, pink glasses & one beautiful blue eye. I love the fake tattoo, the black leather necklace. She looks sweet as cotton candy, with a hint of hot pepper sauce.
This amazing piece of artwork was on the side of the road. We were coming back from a wedding in a small town. Shame on me, I don’t remember the name. The roads home were nothing but farm land, barren because it was winter. Suddenly, we see a man made of tin, looking for his heart. The farmer who created this piece should be famous…anyone know him?