Blogging for a Cure, Day 29

h1 November 12th, 2007 by jules

Below is today’s Robert’s Snow schedule.

Pictured here, just ’cause I like it, is Sophie Blackall’s 2005 snowflake, “Winter Swallow.” Her ’07 snowflake, “Flying Fox and Three Babies,” which is also quite beautiful, was featured here by Jennifer at not your mother’s bookclub during the second week of this Blogging for a Cure effort. Okay, it’s too beautiful to not just go ahead and post again, so I’ll do that just underneath today’s schedule below.

If you missed them, you can read yesterday’s features here. Yesterday’s write-up featured the second dino-flake I’ve seen in all the snowflakes thus far this year. So, if you want to see that and are generally trying to keep up, go read ’em and enjoy — and don’t forget this page where all the features are being compiled in one spot.

Also, don’t miss Elizabeth Burn’s interview with Diana Magnuson here! Liz posted about her snowflake on November 1st, but she just got Diana’s interview responses in and did a separate post with them. Thanks, Liz and Diana!

Here is today’s schedule:

Monday, November 12, 2007:

One comment to “Blogging for a Cure, Day 29”

  1. I really like the whole snowflake on the forehead thing, and her wintry expression… very awake, but very distant and cold… beautiful, if not a little scary.

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