It's day nine of Anna Carson's Project Black. I'm not too happy with these. I wish I had had Janet's great hint (thank you, Janet!) about the flash before I did this series, but I didn't. I'm being silly again, of course. Seems the Akua'ba was so enamored of the attention he got the other day that he wanted to play again, so I let him. Each of the items in these photos - including Ku - was a gift. The black and red box (top) came from Russia and was a gift from a co-worker many years ago. The Raku pot was made for me by a friend in college. It is a bit worse for wear after 40 years and five moves, but I still love it. The picture frame was a gift from my friend Rosalie this past Sunday. That's a photo of my father as a kid - probably taken in 1913 or 1914. Guess that's it. These are odd. One of the things I like about Anna's projects is that I'm more willing to experiment. It still makes me nervous and (Dianne, I hear you laughing) so I'm going to apologize for my need to constantly apologize instead of just posting stuff. Aggggh. It's not easy being me. Happy Friday.
Angel has mostly worked behind the scenes for Project Black, but felt a need to assist today. She didn't approve of yesterday's boot project either, but today she was unable to contain her disapproval of my artistic vision.
Little Akua'ba was happy but exhausted after the shoot. Poor guy.
Angel, on the other hand, was just annoyed...
My other Project Black posts include:
Cane Corso Mastiff
Crow on the Wire
My Black Cane
Shop Vac and Angel Parts
Akua'ba Tours Black
Lots of Rocks and a Shell
Boots and Bears