Hi everyone. It's a chilly day with some wind here in New Hampshire. I'm excited for a (hopefully) me day now that my daughter has gone back to her home and all my week's appointments are over. I'm ready for one.
Today's art is a tag I made for Pinky's challenge at Tag Tuesday. It's all about TREES this time.
I made a page with lots of stamping. I stamped the tree in black and then the various falling leaves in autumn colors.
After that I glued down a piece of printed acetate. On the acetate is a basic drawing of the chemical makeup of DNA. I like the little bit of detail it adds to the piece, as well as giving the tag a bit of a shine. I finished by stamping the quote. I thought with all the leaves on my tag, and none of them are attached to the tree, that raking and the joy of jumping into the leave pile would be perfect. Not that I any longer jump into the leave piles. But you never know... Smile.
Thought I would show you a few photos from one of my walks this week with my daughter. We went to Odiorne State Park one afternoon and walked for a couple of hours. Many New Hampshire State Parks are still limiting attendance and require reservations, which means that during much of our walk we didn't see anyone. And when we did see people, we could keep a big distance away from them.
Odiorne State Park is on the ocean and also contains a stretch of forest. It is nice to have this ocean front property protected by the state so it can't be developed with large homes. Especially when New Hampshire only has 18.5 miles (29.7 km) of coastline.
That's all for me. Hope you are having a great day!