One does not have to travel far to find visual “roadside attractions” (allow me to pause for a moment to reflect on that gonzo novel of Tom Robbins “Another Roadside Attraction” – reflections on flea circuses and the Vatican CIA!). Much less exciting, but nonetheless interesting things can be found in and around the Hudson Valley.
The Devonian Drawer is back. The continued good weather has me searching for objects of intrigue. Thanks to my friend, Rob Spain, I have a bunch of new objects to play with. In the first two cases below, the objects were too large for any companion fossil to fit in with them. But they were great objects. So I thought they would be fine on their own.
The first appears to have once been a horse brush, I believe.
And the other, I can only think of the Hindu diety Ganesha when I see it!
Before I close out with some new fossil images I just wanted to remind everyone to please drop in to the Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson on Saturday from 6 – 8 PM for the opening of Urban, a group photography show. This and several other images of mine will be on display. Join us if you can.
Finally, some fossils. Just another way to explore these objects, with the help of an old Kodak metal film box.
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