Puzzle 63: One and one make two - From New Scientist #1114, 3rd August 1978 [link] “Never tell them more than you need”, as Professor Knowall has so often said. “And pay them the compliment...
Thursday, February 02, 2006
MMM: Again, I find myself...
This weeks MMM theme is "Again, I find myself....". For other people's pages see: Mixed Media Memoirs.
This title suggested to me how, especially through journalling, I've noticed how various cycles in nature effect me.
The arctic white hare shows Winter, the spring is Spring, a faked Stonehenge sunset shows Summer (I may have got the direction of the sun wrong but this was one of my best photos of Stonehenge so I used it), and the Autumn is shown by a wind-blowing cherub.
In the centre is the full moon and a strangely wrought silver key to the moon. This includes fish, newt, bird and bear in its symbols.
The words say: The cycles of growth and decay.