Very First Light Of Spring
Image taken on the very first morning of Spring 2012, early in the morning 7 am sharp (it was freeeezing!), in the New Forest @ Ruffus Stone.
Captured using a pentax camera on Ilforf XP400 film, manually chemicaly developed by my own hands in a makeshift dark room @ The Art Hole, Christchurch. Printed on super durable canvas using eco-inks and wrap printed and box framed at 4cm deep and 50cm X 40 cm spec by Neil at www.quay-print.co.uk. I always use either him (great guy) or Flux Art shop in Boscombe, Dorset, UK. www.fluxart.com
This strictly LTD edition (certified and signed) box canvas print run are on sale at www.ruffrootcreative.com at £45 each. A bargain for unique, non mass produced exlusive photography.
Many more images and one off pieces of art and craft available too.
Surf Wear Tribal Tooth Necklace
100% hand shaped coastal pebel gathered from Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset, UK. A well known surf spot. Clasp and lace sourced from an ethical UK manufacturer/supplier.
So all good. Happy eco anti-bling clobber! :)
The Shull of Jormungandr - Hand crafted sculpture.
Thor’s fishing trip
An with encounter with Jormnungandr comes when Thor goes fishing with the giantHymir. When Hymir refuses to provide Thor with bait, Thor strikes the head off Hymir’s largest ox to use as his bait. They row to a point where Hymir often sat and caught flat fish, where he drew up two whales, but Thor demands to go further out to sea, and does so despite Hymir’s warnings.
Thor then prepares a strong line and a large hook and baits it with the ox head, which Jörmungandr bites. Thor pulls the serpent from the water, and the two face one another, Jörmungandr dribblingpoisonand blood. Hymir goes pale with fear, and as Thor grabs his hammer to kill the serpent and let sink to the bottom of the ocean.