02 July 2007

Red Herrings

Though, actually, I've never seen these fishy characters in the Clark Fork...

[click on image to enlarge]

tags:
red herring
fibonacci

24 comments:

Pol Subanajouy said...

Thanks for the comment. I wanted to say that I like your piece too. "It was a dark and stormy fibonnacci plot twist." Wish I thought of it.

-David Poe said...

WOAH!
This is VERY interesting and unique! I love the colors and movement.

ValGalArt said...

you always have the ost clever of posts! These fish are spiraling around in a beautiful and compelling way! I love this!

Tina Vaziri said...

Very nice fish, they look perfectly happy!

Anonymous said...

So WHO are the far less suspicious perpetrators in the Clark Fork? Cute herrings :)

ksklein said...

great. the color combination is very unusal and great too.

Mick said...

Gee, they don't look Italian! :)

Angela said...

Great work! *HUGS*

Nancy Bea said...

So clever and elegant!

Keszeg Agi said...

oooo, this is so nice. Congratulation.

catnapping said...

The ones I find suspicious are the guys standing in crotch-deep in waterproof hip waders. They say they're fishing...but I wonder.

md said...

great looking fish u got sprialing around.

biteyourowntail said...

What a great concept. excellent illo

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Anonymous said...

Oh PEEEW! POLLUTION!! Don't forget your rubbers ...

tt_b said...

ooh these are really quite spooky and wonderful.

Tony the Guerrilla said...

Darling, never knew you dropped a comment since it got queued for moderation (because you put Good Vibrators Club!) but it was nice to see you :)

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

I really enjoy visiting your blog. I alway leave with a smile on my face.

Kathleen Rietz said...

This is SO GREAT! Fun colors and style!

Laurie said...

Wonderful! I am sending your link to a friend of mine, he will love your work.

Lars said...

VERY nice!! Very impressed! and inspired. thanks for your comment too!

Lars

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Twisselman said...

Wonderful fishies, wonderful plot twist. You mebbe should be happy there are no red herrings in Montana... don't think they're native to that part of the country.

bookbabie said...

Oh, I just found the fishies today, very cool!

Sakura said...

Brilliant ! I love it.

AscenderRisesAbove said...

really like the rich redness of the fish; the bloatedness (yes - redness and bloatedness are words!)

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