Where I live the sun is now making just the briefest appearance every day - she arrives late, gives a warm wink, and then disappears. At most there's a bushel full of bright red and yellow leaves still hanging on to the graceful limbs we can finally now admire. The colors are intense and warm. The season is cold. The ravens rule over their kingdoms of the harvested fields. I love this time of year and I've tried to capture a little bit of it in this collection. Here you will find brassy ravens wearing tam 'o shanters and top hats, and kilts that show off their legs. There are fields lit by chilly sunrises, abandoned spider webs, windmills in the mist, ink and perfume bottles, and stone fences that can no longer keep you out. These are images that make my heart ache, in a good way. And all of it trained, tweeked, broke down, gently collected, and plucked for your artistic pleasure!
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Part of book "THE MAGICIAN’S NEPHEW" by C. S. Lewis
"This is a story about something that happened
long ago when your grandfather was a child. It
is a very important story because it shows how all the
comings and goings between our own world and the
land of Narnia first began.
She lived in one of a long row of houses which
were all joined together. One morning she was out in
the back garden when a boy scrambled up from the
garden next door and put his face over the wall."
photos from Jeff Celenberg and Zhamkov