Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas



This blog is approaching its fifth birthday on January 1st.  Its amazing that I've found things to talk about and art to show for that long.

I could not have done so without your support and friendship.  Followers, friends, supporters and even those who simply look and read are all part of my motivation to keep producing art and moving towards my goals.  Thank you!


The next day or two will be busy with holiday obligations and then I will be reviewing the past year and planning for 2011.  I'm still busy producing gyotaku prints as well as some other pieces.  Of course, whenever I get time off, I get sick.  This is no exception.  I don't think my body likes the concept of holiday. 

To everyone, Merry Christmas.  I hope your holiday, if you celebrate one, is peaceful, safe and enjoyable.

I have shared a couple of images with you.  The Christmas tree is decorated with white lights, silver and cream ornaments this year and looks quite pretty, despite being artificial.



The images here are today's sea state off Flatrock.  We've had a neverending storm for days and days now with constant rain, wind and fog.  The waves were powerful, washing almost up to the road at times and looked like walls of water coming in towards the cliffs.  I love rough seas.  I just wish the visibility would lift enough to get some better photos.

3 comments:

bricarwaller said...

Merry Christmas!!! Happy New Year! I collect snowmen so I love your ornaments. I hope you have a wonderful Holiday and a relaxing time off:)

Jean Spitzer said...

Merry Christmas.

Jeanette said...

Bricar, have a lovely holiday. I've always enjoyed snowmen, they have a universal appeal I think. Merry Christmas.

Jean, thank you. Merry Christmas, I hope your Christmas has been good.