Dale, it adds a whole new meaning to perspective. You will laugh when you see 'your' photos in my next book. I used the one of the three coloured pots quite a lot!
Welcome to the wittering rainbow - a woman after my own heart. Listing 'staring at things' and 'looking up chimneys' as interests on your profile, rings lots of bells with me. Also 'walking old lurchers'. This was my little lurcher, sadly departed some time ago. She was a whippet/terrier cross but as she got older her whippety bit filled in and she looked like a little golden lab. She lived to be eighteen. When we retire we shall have another dog.
While sorting out stuff for the course I found this bit of rust dying.
It came from a very rusty old saw. You can see the shape of the saw in the silk. Clive wishes it to be known that it was not his saw. He says he looks after his! It was very rusty and there are lovely coloured bits in it. I sprinkled it with white vinegar and salt, wrapped fine silk around it and encased it in cling-film. Then I forgot about it for about a week. I think that is why it worked so well.
The details are great. Next week I shall try using them as Displacement maps. On with the packing for the Layers of Stitch course. Hopefully, will have pics of it next week.