As promised, here are some more photos. We came upon these scenes while waiting for the ferry at Horseshoe Bay, BC. The Canada geese were proudly sitting at the beach, each one occupying a rock and I usually don’t pay much attention to these birds that show up along my travel everywhere. It wasn’t till I zoomed in a little and I realized that the yellow fluff was moving.
What a great opportunity to follow the goslings around. I could have spent hours! I also came across the canal spilling water onto the beach not visible to visitors unless one ventured onto the beach. I love rusted things, the soft green moss covering the massive rocks and the long exposure made the water more cloud-like.
Just a few minutes walking in the sunshine and exploring an area I had not seen for several years had me all inspired and ready to go back to the studio to pull fabrics or paint.
While traveling I had a wonderful call on Friday, May 1st. The Saskatchewan Craft Council’s Biennial Dimensions juried competitions selected my piece “Spring Time Ritual – The Return of the Heron” for this year’s line-up. I was excited and honored to be selected, especially since I didn’t decide until close to the deadline to enter. I wanted something completely new and exciting….. I will not post images till the show is officially open. Just a little hint, I posted images of the work in progress previously here.