Wednesday, 15 February 2012

#162 In the field: Sedona birds and wildlife con't . . .

Winter along Oak Creek south of Sedona
Oak Creek flows through a spectacular canyon and is buffered by lush forest north of Sedona and massive cottonwoods to the south.  Trish and I are both avid fishing enthusiasts and when in Sedona, we are headquartered on the beautiful stream, within casting distance of winter trout fishing.  Rainbows and Brown Trout can be caught on dry flies or spinners.

The decorative sculpture shown below was patinaed with natural chemicals and dyes.  After cooling, I hand-painted the spots.

Everything in nature invites us constantly to be what we are.
                                                          - Gretel Eurlich

Functional art:  Creel Hook by Sandy Scott
11"H 9"W 4"D

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