Monday, August 23, 2010
illustration friday (atmosphere)
at-mos-phere: 1. the gaseous mass or envelope surrounding a celestial body, esp. that encompassing the earth, retained by the body's gravitational field. I call this the sky.
This etegami of fireflies in a jar is one I drew to commemorate my grandmother. See original post.
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This is wonderful. I think fireflies hold such magic!ReplyDelete
next Thursday I'll be posting some gifts from Singapore including etegami supplies! My friend didn't even know I was going to try my hand at them. She just has a way of tuning into me. She even included a hand-carved name block and that special red!
Ohhh, I remember seeing fireflies in Japan, summer evenings. They are so pretty and fragile, most beautiful things!ReplyDelete
very beautiful (and sad for the fireflies being caught)ReplyDelete
Thank you all for the encouraging comments. @studio lolo, what a cool gift from your friend! @sheree, don't worry, the fireflies were all released from the jar in a very short time.ReplyDelete