A few shots from around the house and from a recent outing to Explora.
I've been having fun designing clothing printed with my original artwork and photos. Though I love the ease with which the company I collaborate with creates mock-up photos with the products, I decided to take it a step further and take some of my own shots with some of the newly designed leggings. You know that old pick up line, 'Your pants are like a mirror - I can see myself in them..." Yeah, well, using that as inspiration, minus the creep-factor, hence the mirror-headed model.
Here are some of the latest legging designs, modeled by Se in the foothills near Albuquerque. The apparel is in color - as much 'in color' as the actual leggings are - set against the black and white background.
See more designs and get a pair for yourself here: https://artofwhere.com/artists/emma-moonchild
I came home last week to find our friendly spider newly deceased, fallen from her perch between the garage and the porch. She lay cold on her back, her legs gently folded upon her abdomen. She was a good spider. We will miss her. I picked her up and carried her over beneath the Buddha statue, under the mimosa tree. That will be her final resting place, and she will become food for something else. The huntress becomes the prey (or carcass). The ice flower images I took on my way home seemed to be a fitting tribute to this frozen beauty.
You decorated our doorway for the greater part of two years,
your messy webs blowing in the breeze after you used them to catch your food.
I will miss your shadow cast on the wall by the garage light.
I will miss your crouching presence hidden up under the eaves by day,
your bold and quick climbing by night.
Thank you for your service.
Your body will now feed our tree.