This is in the Yokohama labour union building ,which is in Nogeyama, near Sakuragicho station. Where I teach an English class every Wednesday night.
Last week was very wet too.
So a lot of fungi have popped up.
I like mushrooms but at the moment I prefer the mosaic kind!
Two more mushrooms. Can’t ever have enough mushrooms, right? I didn’t make the bases on these – got them on clearance – they are made out of that light-weight resin stuff.
WordPress has some amazing features for bloggers including a great stats page.
Here’s a bit of trivia about this site:
Those that have stumbled on this site by doing a search in the past 12 months have probably used the following terms:
There must be very little on the web about Vasarely!
The sites most likely to refer you here are:
|my flickr photostream flickr.com/people/geowombats|
|mozaik.lap.hu now rakom.freeblog.hu|
|Chantal’s Stained Glass Patterns|
|How to make a mosaic mirror from absolut|
|Stencil art inspiration|
|Installing glass mosaic tile – a tutoria|
|Gorgeous mirror frame|
|Art Nouveau in mosaic|
|Cutting holes in tile|
|Mosaic themed ideas from CafePress…|
|The Michaels Mosaic Ornament Christmas C|
|The Nek Chand Rock Garden|
|Gaudi and tile patterns from the Parc Gu|
|Roman mosaics and the world of erotica|
|Joan Miro: Chicago|
|Stained glass tabletops|
|Penrose patterns, physics and tile polyg|
I bet Chantal didn’t know what hit her when all the hits started coming in!
Most popular places to click to in the past 12 months:
|flickr.com/groups/51035710230@N0 The Mosaics pool on flickr|
Looks like the flickr pool widget was a good idea .