We took a break this morning and went downtown to attend a session of the Reedy Reels Film Festival. This particular session featured the work of student film makers and was a real/reel treat! There were animations (always a favorite of mine), documentaries, and some really clever short features. Some of the film makers are students at our local Fine Arts Center. Bravo, folks!
Here's the part where we got to choose our seats (We were a little early).
The light at this time of year comes in at very low angles in my studio. This morning I happened to peek in at the small photography area adjoining my weaving space, and saw this lovely composition of shadows cast by bushes outside and the light diffusion umbrellas. Had I been five minutes later, I would have missed it.
And just outside the studio door, there is a typical fall scene of fallen leaves and a camellia bush.
Back inside, work continues on Double Twill. Here's today's portion.
A closer look. Click on any of these to enlarge.