Hi, it’s Baron Wolfman, getting the artistic working week rolling at the Greenygrey. Ol’ Wolfhol must be off creating something extraordinary, because I haven’t seen him for about a week. 9 to 5 workers, we know it’s getting to that time of day when you just want to go home, and are tempted to have a little break of web browsing. So this blog could be just what you need to get you through the last hour of an early-week day. Yes, it is still only Tuesday… and I’m sorry to say you’re missing a super sunset!
I’ve been busy today researching the emorfes blog, and found some fantastic greenygrey images again; emorfes seems to be turning into a greenygrey goldmine.
Single Greenygrey amongst Pack of Ebonygold
Talking of gold, I was working my way through the matches and fire art of Russian photographer Stanislav Aristov; posted on emorfes November 30th; being quite amazed at the stunning shapes and concoctions, but not expecting any greenygrey finds amongst the ebony and gold extravaganza.
But being an intrepid researcher I didn’t leave the job until the end; and to be truthful I didn’t feel that way inclined, because the art was so fantastic. And I was rewarded when lo and behold up popped a great greenygrey gif of a grey smoky dragonfly above a green plantlike line.
Greenygrey Beaches and Waterfalls
I didn’t have to search far for greenygreyness in the next emorfes post on December 3rd, which had wall to wall greenygrey beaches and waterfalls. Here’s some of my favourites, presented in a trio of photos I have named Greenygrey Cassycade: