Tuesday, June 26, 2007
I was not sure how well this would read. The intersection of twigs, branches, etc always make for interesting patterns. In this case they are rushes along the edge of a lake. There is a yellow patch in each pie shape division; the black ring marks the beginning of the lake and a reflection in the water. The yellow dot above the white stick is the head of a yellowheaded blackbird. He would not come out of the rushes to pose for a picture. So I just used the touch of color his head provided.