Where else can you see a hard-edged,half-built structure behind a feathery tangle of wildflowers? They need each other.
slightly to the left of the building above, looking west, you can see a sliver of the Hudson River with the New Jersey Palisades on the other side.
I keep thinking this is part of a seminary in Chelsea, but I could be wrong. There is one there. In any case, it is a beautiful building - looks like 19th Century. Reminds me of the architecture of the dorms at Mt. Holyoke College.
No, it's not a used car lot -- it is a NY parking garage.
View from the Studio
Not nearly as interesting and a lot briefer because I am off to bed in about 8 minutes, before I turn into a broom or whatever you turn into at midnight.
I'm teaching a soy wax batik class tomorrow (Tues - probably today, as you read this) and was in the studio moving things around, setting up the tables, and mixing dyes. On the wall, this; sitting from several weeks ago. As usual, a work in progress that is bound to change.
View from the sewing room wall
At home, when it was too hot to go to the studio - playing around with a sliced up antique block (gingham and triangles) and some random strips and squares. I couldn't really see it till I stepped back and took a photo of it. Another work in progress that may not get bigger. We'll see.