I am totally unable to let Seth's bundle idea become blog-history. I think all of us who participated enjoyed it so much and the resultant "works of art" were such fun to do and so interesting to look at - that it seemed a shame to just put it all away.
So I had a go at disintegrating my bundle art - by scanning it and then cutting it into pieces and reassembling it. I found one or two little pieces which, when photographed by themselves, were most interesting. Some pieces reminded me of pictures from space.
And there were two really interesting bits - the photographs are above. Now come on, dear readers, you know that we have the builders in and that the situation here is not one of complete and silent harmony at present - so stretch your imagination. In one of the photographs I can see a fragment which looks like a bit of a Victorian china doll's face (mainly one bright blue eye and very red lips) and in another photograph I can see a tiny pale pig's nose and eyes (Miss Piggy maybe, if you can really stretch your imagination that far!) I can see neither image when I look at the piece as a whole.
My son (Dominic Rivron) tells me he has read on another blog that this phenomena is called
Pareidolia - the idea that one can see an image in something else (e.g. the face of Jesus in a piece of toast is one photo which comes up if you Google the word).
Well, you may scoff - but I am pretty short of time today and it struck me as a good blog for a harrassed housewife/farmers' wife/builder's mate/ chief tea and coffee maker and phone answerer - not to say dog walker (have you ever tried NOT walking the dog because you are too busy? Two eyes boring into you the whole time takes some resisting!) So - look at the photos - do at least try to see the two faces - and I'll see you tomorrow.