Tuesday, February 12, 2008
The image above is an Innukshuk I made from pieces of worn fiberglass fragments I found at a beach landing on one of my kayaking paddles. The fragments were smoothed by the abraison of being whisped by tides and winds only known to those shards. Where they came from, I've no idea, but my mind was set to wonder on my return paddle home.
The bottom picture is of two wolf paw-nails and a bear's tooth. These treasures were found on different kayak trips but during hikes after paddling for sometime. I find walking and hiking after a long paddle an excellent way to restore energy to my body and a chance to get in touch with my environment.