On my way out I headed out towards the main river and followed the Nell's channel seaward. Very quiet...at least the spartina is still standing tall and red gold. We've not had enough snow to knock it down. If it stands until spring it will provide some cover for the spring migration...I won't see as many birds, but I think I'd rather have the tall grass instead of a trampled mudflat.
One thing that kept me off the water is the setting up of my exhibition at Norwalk Community College. It's called "Third Level Landscapes". I have 51 canoe paddles suspended in the air with over one hundred found objects and drawings on the three walls. The exhibition is up into mid-March.
|Norwalk Community College|
|Specimen boxes - wood, copper, and found objects|
|panorama - an great and unusual gallery space|