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Spinning Yarns


Waxing and waning
Rhythm of spinning a yarn
All in a day’s work

In response to Patrick Jennings Pic and Word Challenge #195: Work

Author: Dancing Echoes

I am a scientist by trade and artist by soul. My creative outlet used to be dancing but due to injuries and age, I must now find another path. I am hoping my writing, poetry and photography can be this new path. Awards: While I am grateful and honored for the numerous nominations, I don’t have time to respond to them with the attention they deserve, so for the most part, I am an award free blog. All photographs and words are mine unless otherwise credited. © 2015-2023 Dancing Echoes ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author/owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Christy Draper with appropriate and specific direction to the original content on Dancing Echoes.

6 thoughts on “Spinning Yarns

  1. Web inspired by Mondrian… 😉

    Lovely capture. =) ❤

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  2. Pingback: Islands ~ Pic and a Word Challenge #196 – Pix to Words

  3. Thank you Patrick! Very interesting analogy…

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  4. Mondrian became iconographic for graphical regular shaped blocks arrayed in irregular grids with blasts of saturated primary-colours, but he also worked with irregular patterns in more organic forms, like The Grey Tree:

    Your spider’s efforts seem to fall somewhere between the two. 😉

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  5. I looked him up as soon as you mentioned it. I recognized his work without knowing his name. So thank you for introducing him to me.

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  6. It’s interesting that I had always thought of him as French, he is so associated with Paris and French pop art of the ’70s. As I googled around looking for just the right image, I was surprised to discover he’s Dutch, though he made Paris his home, and the French ski equipment and clothing manufacturer LOOK adopted his work for its logo.

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