Monday, August 25, 2014
VIOLET TROWBRIDGE'S RHODODENDRON PAINTING
My Trowbridge shrew research expedition to Polynesia several years ago was most fascinating. We found tiny petroglyphic evidence among the boulders in the forest and along the shoreline of the Trowbridge Shrew's presence on the tiny island of Motu Taakoka in the Cook Island Group (above). We even found bone fragments, including an intact skull. Look for more of Mrs. T's floral paintings in upcoming posts.
Have you seen my other blog, Bron Smith's Flights of Fantasy?