I bought this broken necklace from a jewelry store and meant to change it up into something new. Never got around to it. She threw in the single earring for free. It doesn’t match the necklace. You can tell I didn’t use the tripod for this one.


These are pieces that I made myself:


I do not have a clue why I keep these huge fake grapes. I thought I would take them apart and make some kind of wind charm or something. Maybe one day. They are so tacky!


rebel girl

It’s All In My Head

When I look at something I often see objects or faces. There is a name for this affliction Pareidolia. It is a type of illusion or misperception involving a vague or obscure stimulus being perceived as something clear and distinct.

I am guilty of this everyday. I don’t take it as far as Apophenia. The spontaneous perception of connections and meaningfulness of unrelated phenomena. Well I might but only for a second . 🙂 Some have suggested they are evolution carry overs. I think DNA of creative people have a lot of evolution carry overs. When I look at this first picture I see a big head. Inside of the head I see cloaked being, a woman, a man, another man and something in a space or bio hazard suit. A bird and a partial face. That is a lot to take out of a water droplet.All in my head
Here is the full picture of snowflakes caught in a spider web as they melt. What a nice way to relax on a Sunday afternoon.

A Moment Of Silence

A moment of silence, lest we forget, never again. 

Wise words from a world that was suffering from Posttraumatic stress disorder. 

We were at Georgina Military Museum yesterday . Here are some pictures of provisions used around the world during both WW1 and WW2 .


Gas mask sleeping bag helmet and goggles
german field telephone
german gas mask
Japaneese display
knives used on the battlefields
knives 2
machine gun
machinegun 2
radio packpack
scottish uniform