i'm still stripping it down Thomas.Thomas McMillan said:i'm so glad you're continueing this... i think it looks much better than ever before fromt hat photo!
to some degree your right Thomas. it was just a case of waiting for the stems, but i was itching to see what they were going to look like in the end. a lesson not learnt on that one.Thomas McMillan said:it could only get a little bit better to be honest, i don't reckon it had too much left in it
Ray, that is so true. it reminds me a little of when i was a child, learning to play guitar....the want to NOT conform lead me to playing graded pieces slightly different to what was written....sometimes by choice sometimes by accident. The accidental parts always sounded good, strangely enough. i fully understand what you mean.Ray said:As for getting it right fist time - ha, that's a side effect of getting lots of experience but I suspect the serendipity angle is important - you will stumble on stuff you will never think of in 1000 years -
i'm glad it makes you feel this way.Ray said:PS - love the new Iwagumi, its the first time I've ever felt almost inspired to make one myself.
now I'm jealous 8)Ray said:I'll keep my eyes open once hiking season starts in the Swiss Alps
no worries mate. you've always been a strong source of encouragement even when things went bad for me, your also very polite.16 right?....you act much older and so for that you can have em'Thomas McMillan said:Thanks for allowing me to have ferns too really nice of you, i don't mind paying p+p if want