There was bird then going on for a bit and this wasn’t final stretch at playing along at home with ‘bird’s eye view’.
An Avant Card with Sheldon Petite’s photography, words are from Elyora.
Recycled from my 2015 calendar, the image is paired with words from my Calvino bag of fragments.
Made for my darkly beautiful Owl-Sista, it takes from the Elyora baggie and a picture cut from an old WQ magazine. It continues with the dark gothic feel that infused most of May’s poetry.
Last post, I promised something a little more light-hearted! It was only after the poem was stuck down that I noticed the thought bubbles.
Another repurposed Avant Card which continues on a run of bird themed cards between Kim and I have been sending.
Apologies to the artist whose details I forgot to take down before the card went into the post.
This is a continuation from #29 and is the last of the excellent gothic front cover of the travel brochure I snaffled.
I think next week I’ll try for something a little lighter, or dare I say, happier!
Repurposed from an old front cover of WQ and pulled from the Elyora fragments bag, the weird-gothic tone is reflective of a dark and surreal week.