Venturing down a dusty gravel road a few days ago we came across this skull. An interesting way to decorate a fence with some true western flavor.
There is always something interesting down a back road in the middle of no-where, always something to see, something to discover, and sometimes you find a little inspiration.
Inspiration may just be what I have found in this skull. I am imagining the next fibre art piece with a skull surrounded with stitching and beading. Sounds like a project to consider.
Art & Photography by Debra Hunter
We spent this weekend again roaming the back roads of Alberta. Generally we stick to Parkland County or Lac Ste. Anne County, but this weekend we ventured a little further afield into Yellowhead County. Yellowhead County is about an hour west of Edmonton on Hwy 16 (ever notice how distance in Alberta is measured in time! LOL!) and it is very easy to get off the beaten track (quickly!). This is a land of pretty scenery, beautiful farmland and deserted gravel roads. In addition to great views we were treated to this amazing sky with light streaming through the clouds.