SUNDAY POSTCARD ART: Night Sky

MY LIFE IN 6 WORDS: Making wishes on the night sky…

Through the inky night

A peaceful, star-filled, dark sky

Envelops my heart

For this week, Sunday Postcard Art (sundaypostcardart.wordpress.com) has asked artists to create a piece with the night sky in mind. This gave me the opportunity to recall when my husband and I traveled far up in northern Canada to experience the Aurora Borealis. We looked out of our window and saw a lone polar bear climbing in and out of a beached boat. What a great sight…

My other image was a memory of the fun I used to have as a camper, hiding behind trees in the woods. Of course, I wasn’t allowed to be out by myself so late at night…but I could always imagine how it would be!

Enjoy the coming week…please continue to stay safe.

Big Hugs, abbyj

Published by videochick1

I'm a wife, a Mom and a Doodleloo (the name my grandchildren call me.) I'm retired, but have always been a communicator, art and music lover, an adventure traveler, reader and lately, a digital artist. I was a TV producer of documentaries and features for 25 years. Married to my best friend, we just celebrated our 55th wedding anniversary. I had a blog on another platform for 10 years...want to be more mobile so switched to WordPress. Hope you'll join me in my magazine formatted blog. See you soon...

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6 Comments

  1. these are lovely! i’ve always wanted to see the aurora and one time i was in sitka alaska in december — they’d had aurora every night but when i got there it started raining and there was no more aurora! your page makes me happy though! xo

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  2. I especially love the Northern Lights piece – something I”ve never seen but would like to one day.

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