May 30, 2012
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Notes on the event:
- We had a VERY COOL set-up with the binoculars and were able to monitor progress closely and share it with a whole bunch of people - from friends to just random folks passing by!
- Drawing how the moon makes it's progress was very beneficial: the trajectory was not what we all expected :)
- Amazing shadows all around us - all crescent-shaped!
May 17, 2012
I stopped to look at two yellow birds feeding on seeds very close to me - but I was not quiet enough while getting my pen out and they flew away.
oh - and here is a snapshot of my work-in-progress:
May 16, 2012
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May 5, 2012
Inspired by one of the posts I found on a new blog by Roz , I decided to give a little kick to a couple of dying Faber Castell Pitt Artist ...
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Here is the first part: https://blog.apple-pine.com/2019/02/measuring-time-with-flowers.html And here is second: