Monthly Archives: September 2010

Week 5: Reflections on the watercolors

ps I now have a few pages of watercolor stationary…

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Week 5: Watercolor

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Week 5: with Madge, Alexa, & Kyle

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Week 4: My Little Friend

Before I start this, yes, I made it through elementary school, and I know spiders are not insects. Anywho: There’s a spider in my shower at home. It’s some long-legged variety: a BB of a torso with hair-thin legs bending … Continue reading

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Instincts Towards Insects – Field Journal, 9/21/10

I came out into the Crum in search of inspiration for my digital story. I know I want it to be about photosynthesis, and how photosynthesis is beautiful. But I don’t know how to convince other people that it’s as … Continue reading

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Field Journal Week 4

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Week 4, Insects Journal Entry

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How lucky are insects to hardly ever be caged like birds, deprived of their ability to fly. I can hardly believe it’s considered an humane practice at all. I guess that’s the trouble with our word “humane.” It’s contemplated much … Continue reading

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flowers in the sun.

Playing around with focus and space, the idea was for these images to be viewed as a collection in this order.

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