Moonfire by Glennis Dolce

Posted: June 2, 2021 by Mo Crow in It's Crow Time
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Moonfire made by the Queen of the Moon Glennis Dolce of Shibori Girl Studios arrived on the doorstep yesterday to celebrate the first day of winter here in the Land Down Under, I look forward to seeing where they take me!

Comments
  1. jude says:

    Beautiful!!!

  2. shiborigirl says:

    up up and away….

  3. Nancy says:

    Oh my goodness. Wow. These are, each one, gorgeous! Such a gift from one moon lady to another 🙂

    • Mo Crow says:

      (((Nancy))) each one holds The Muchness (as the Mad Hatter played by Johnny Depp said to Alice in Tim Burton’s version of the book)

  4. Marti says:

    Well one of the places that Glennis’s wondrous, beautiful moons have taken you to is to my spot on the Earth, New Mexico. The moon on the right has everything that is a joy here:, the blue sky, the layers of sand and terracotta land; place of healing, ancient spirits and it lives up to its motto, Land of Enchantment… except when it becomes something else entirely as it did yesterday, perhaps in connection with your winter. Yesterday New Mexico was anything but heading toward summer: tornadoes, torrential rains, more than the usual fierce winds and hail the size of dimes in our place and the size of tennis balls in the northeast…!

  5. fiona says:

    Oh wow, even the name moon fire fills me with wonder and expectation and hope!

  6. Liz A says:

    I’m with Marti … the one on the far right reminds me of the Sangre de Christo mountains … and that green moon is quite an eye-catcher

  7. deemallon says:

    India Flint’s landscapes over on her Instagram feed have made me swoon lately, in part because of the rusty orange ocher colors of the land and flora. Those middle moons!!! Can’t wait to see what you do with them.

  8. Barry says:

    MC – such a gift – presents so many opportunities – but just beautiful in their own right. B

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