'give peace a chance'
said the soldier to the hare:
'HoneyHare let's make Love (not War)'
how it looks with the glass pane, lots of reflections which I like, as it adds a bit of mystery, an extra layer, but does not make photography easy
the wood, the glass, the black paper: all remnants collected here&there; the grey and brown inks are home-brews; the love-pigeon stamp is one I found in my mama's stamp tin! you may catch glimpses of my grandad's handwriting in the speech-ballons; he used to send my gran lots of postcards, I think because she collected them, something we don't know but I did find loads my parents had kept in a big box in their attic for over thirty years.
the olive branch bearing pigeon flew in a couple of years back all the way from Julie, over at Threading the Dog
I love it when other things are drawn to a tableau, the moss with tiny beaker-like extensions and a piglet who just happened to trot pass
I have no words, John Lennon and Yoko Ono do