Monday, June 9, 2008

Let Palm Axis Be Your Guide As We Take A Walk Up The "Old" Mount Wilson Trail


THE FIRST COMMENT ON EACH POST PROVIDES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR WHICH WE ARE CERTAIN, OUR "DEAR VIEWERS" WILL FIND RIVETING. ART WORK IS THE CREATION OF PALM AXIS.

12 comments:

Palm Axis said...
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Petrea said...

I look forward to taking some time to fully browse this new post and let it all sink in.

Tash said...

PA - another classic post. Terrific soulful creation.
In response to your comment on Marineland - you don't want to see it now, it's under major development i.e. land stripped, huge complex going up (I'll be posting a photo soon) & r.e. parking along the PV bluffs - it's OK. The cove I posted is looking at Portugese Bend, accessed from Trump's Golf Course which has a descent size parking lot for public access. I think that was the deal he made with the city. Hope you make it this way before it's all completely developed!

Dina said...

That DOES have a lot of soul.
Interesting!
Thanks for coming all the way over to Jerusalem. Beware what you say to the zoo worker because apparently camels only qualify an ungulates based on fossil camel feet. Or something. :)

USelaine said...

You definitely have the rock/soul fusion scene down. What a cool idea!

Miss Havisham said...

Stoneware souls are beautiful. It gives me ideas.

Nona said...

This is a beautiful piece. Great texture, shapes and colour. Love the quirkiness of your blog!!! Refreshing!!!

Petrea said...

I love you for many reasons. One of them is for linking to my blog. I'm finally doing a blogroll today and putting you on it. Please forgive me for taking so long.

Diana said...

Hey, thanks for the comment on my funny. Glad to know about this site- it happens that I'm in Los Angeles for 6 weeks.

USelaine said...

Palm Axis, things will come around, and a blog award has come around to you on my blog if you want it. I hope you'll be showing more of your art and observations again soon.

Ken said...

I enjoyed viewing your site.
The sculpture you asked about is called Lineal Order by George Boileau and is located on Simcoe St in Toronto.

Katie said...

This is fabulous! I haven't been to visit you in a while and that's my loss. I need to catch up! FYI, I'm finally going to post that great Silver Queen postcard from Reno that you sent me last year!