Thursday is a good day for a first pass through the Hall, before petals wilt, leaves sag, and dust accumulates.
An octopus got me.
It seems like the beasts at the Fair always snag me at one time or another.
This year it happened during the first pass through the Hall, on Thursday.
Those eight legs turned me into a sucker for finding more critters.
There were rabbits on pants.
How much is that….
There was a crotchety ring-tailed lemur.
Hard by the dog were three hooked rugs, all creature-themed.
You have probably never seen a rug with picture of a skunk on it.
We rest our eyes on a sleeping fibrous cat.
This bird is safe from the cat, which is behind glass.
I think this next may be a hummingbird.
What a concept, to compose a birdbody from geometric shapes.
Drawings like this are utterly glorious.
Martha’s Vineyard has many exceptionally talented artists, and not all of them are children.
This posts ends with a work by one of the best.
Or should it be: “bestiari-estest”?