Day 11 – May 16th – Still Life With Woodpecker

Still Life With Woodpecker

Photograph, Digital Collage

I was babysitting again today and we spent a good part of the morning playing “camp/ picnic” with miniature things. I like this lunch we assembled. Pig, chicken, orange juice, lettuce, tomatoes, an apple, sardines, jelly (or is it jam?) and cake. mmmm!

Thank you Nicolette Wong for bringing life to these two creatures. Check out her vignette “Toys” about Bear and Woodpecker on her blog “100 Days 2011 – Le Bleu du Ciel”.


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One Comment

  1. Posted May 27, 2011 at 3:33 pm | Permalink

    Hi Emily

    This image really struck me – and I wrote a post surrounding these two creatures for 100 Days 2011.

    Enjoyed the rest of your posts too. Thanks for sharing your creativity.


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