“To be well married you have to have a penchant for the intricacies of intimacy and larval change..If the personality is a spider’s web, you will want to know every thread…Pleasures no longer come to you, but there are pickings to be had if you can learn to scavenge for them”
— Hanif Kureishi, The Body
For more photographic interpretations of Intricate, or to take part in The Weekly Photo Challenge, go to The Daily Post.
The ring bearer’s pillow pictured above exhibits the Norwegian art of Hardanger. Even weave fabric, cut between series of satin stitches, creates intricate open designs. I made it in 1982 at the age of 21.
I haven’t done this Weekly Photo Challenge in a while and I’ve missed it.
Peace . . .
3 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Intricate”
Oh my goodness, I am blown away by the fact you made that. I thought it was a photo off the internet. It is absolutely stunning!!!! I’ve never seen anything like it and have no penchant for marriage. If I did, I’d want something like that.
When I was 21 I had a strong penchant for marriage. 😛 I’m very proud of the needlework piece even now. I’m flattered you thought it was a picture download.
I’m aware of the work involved as a needle worker. I have never, ever tried anything that complex. Stunning is all I can say.