Friday, May 7, 2010

Gone, Baby, Gone

Sometimes it takes a while to figure out how to write about things I've seen during my walks and travels. I know there is some sort of a story in these two photos, but I haven't figured out what it is yet. The first picture needs explanation: a tree that was cut down during the burn off at the shoreline. In the photo, all that is left is a pile of charcoal. When I walked past this scene, I decided to draw the old tree stump with the tree's charcoal remains. Later, I wanted to take a photo, but the stump had already been removed. Therefore, this is a picture of something that isn't there. The second picture is the sketch I made of the tree stump, using the charcoal that used to be the tree. One of these days, I might figure out a story that relates to these images.


Spirit Bear said...

awesome post: this is showing the artistic process that goes on in your mind. How cool that you drew the sketch with the charcoal remains: amazing. This post gets an A+. I love it, and it inspires me. On Jay's Lenten calendar I always make a smudge with the ashes on my forehead - reminded me of it.

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