Saturday, February 6, 2010

Dati'â 'ëjba*

Same sequence, process, materials as Map7, except this time I 'finished' it. Might work in more magentas in the land areas.

Q: Is it beginning to look a little too literal now? Hmmm.

* Dati'â 'ëjba = Mother river (loosely) in Xavánte. Xavánte is an Amerindian language, a member of the Ge family of languages, spoken by the Xavánte people in about 170 villages within the territory of eastern Mato Grosso, in Brazil. (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈmatu ˈɡɾosu] - lit. "Thick Woods") (1)
More here.

PIC: Father Winter major smack-down. That person is walking down the middle of the street, past a row of parked cars. Yes, a row of parked cars. Good thing I have a leg of lamb the size of a 3-year old child in the frig. I will survive!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That is a great photo. This whole thing has been totally surreal.