Tuesday, January 27, 2009

I promised you some oranges, but have some jelly too.

Because I'm just so nice like that. Sharing is caring, ya'll know that.

So here is my finished drawing in it's new frame. It's kind of lopsided as you can probably notice because when I was cutting the paper I wanted to use to make a matte frame with, I used the wrong measurements...oh you should have seen the temper tantrum that ensued. But I'm not about to spend the time to make a new one to frame it in so here you go. I'm the only one who needs to be bothered by it anyway since it's new home is in my kitchen. I also never intended to get a green frame but, hey it was $7.99!

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And I know you're just dying for some jelly so here you go, peeps. Dead jellyfish seems to be a recurring theme over here so I didn't want to break with the tradition last week when I came upon this one. I thought to myself, where are the tentacles? Does this one not have any? ooh I gotta take a picture for my blog!

A few feet away I found the "Medusa". Enjoy the jelly, my friends. I don't know when the next time will be. Oh ok, I'm sure it won't be that long.

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Today was not so sunny. But foggy again in just the scary way I like. I couldn't stay longer than an hour though. It was windy and my sweater wasn't thick enough.

Just think about all the shark teeth there in that orange patch I probably missed out on because I was just too cold to really get a good look.....sigh.


Anonymous said...

Nice photos. Your oranges are beautiful!


super des said...

As I was reading about your jellyfish Jay was making me a peanut butter & jelly sandwich. Coincidence?

(also, you should have been talking about Peanut too, to make it better!)

LittlePea said...

Thanks Patti-very "Florida" don't you think?

Hey Des-does it count if I was talking TO Peanut instead of about him?

Anonymous said...

Yes, very Florida!! Actually reminds me of an old 50's postcard!! Have fun doing more.....patti

hele said...

I love the white flowers with the oranges and the way that the leaves seem to be dancing.

Laurie said...

That's really quite good, in my opinion. Love the jellyfish too. But now I'm hungry for oranges...

heartinsanfrancisco said...

The painting still looks great and the green frame sets it off nicely. Good job, Sweet Pea!

I love your fog pictures, too. The shark's teeth will come back again because they all have your name on them.

We have many jellyfish on the beaches here, too, but they are alive and lurking.

seventh sister said...

the oranges are beautiful and the green frame really suits them. I remember the jelly washing up after a storm or just for no known reason when I lived in Hollywood, Fl. You really had to watch where you walked when it happened. It seemed that there was always some kid trying to pickup the blue strands. I never saw ond actually do it. Luckily, someone always stopped him/her.