The picture on the left is the current "wallpaper" for my phone.
It's a perfect pic to have as I am once again dealing with the fairies in Kensington Gardens. Ever so reminds me of the way they might make their clothes. [Although a la Barrie/Rackham and my own imaginings it seems they more so weave/crochet/sew such elements of Nature into garments rather than just use a tulip for a skirt... but who's to say they don't ever? :) ] It's just a darn cool photograph.
I found it on this page of photos taken at "just the right moment." Do check it out, since they're all great! I came across it in a retweet from Jason Alexander. Yes, I'm still enjoying Twitter...
I can't say how long it will remain the pic on my phone.
I like to change it up every so often.
Also, as I re-read my interquel Peter Peter: Betwixt-and-Between yet againfiguring out which pictures to make and taking advantage of the different look (font, page size format, etc.) to do another proof/revision... I found something that I think I'm going to have to expound upon in a future Pan adventure. It's just too good of an idea not to let it show up again. And that's not self-praise since the idea referred to is a direct outgrowth (pun noted) of a bit from Barrie. No guarantees, but I do think it might happen in another novel.
I am a fiction writer. Mostly I compose in the Urban Fantasy genre. When asked, I usually liken it to "The Twilight Zone" - extraordinary events emerging in everyday life. I graduated with Honors in Creative Writing from Knox College in 1993. Obviously I also scribble cartoonish drawings.
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