Well… it’s week eight. The last week of summer camp. Down to the last few days. Oh man it’s been a long summer. There have been marker mustaches, felted rocks, poop found in the strangest places, gnome chapels, cardboard robots, a hot dog costume, bee stings, rope swings, onesies, songs about killer rabbits and washing chickens. And that’s where I’m going to leave it. But I’m also going to leave summer camp talk behind with a few last pictures…
Zombies versus Pios…. because sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference.
My short stint as “Sweet Android” the android with a mustache. I tried really hard to make it through dinner wearing that thing but it wound up disintegrating pretty hard before we finished.
The last cabin photo. And…
One of my favorites of the summer. They weren’t my favorite cabin by any stretch of my imagination, but this is a pretty sick photo.
I know I still have the rest of today, tomorrow and Saturday left, but I think this is as good a time as any to say good bye to camp and hello to regular showering, sleep and other nonsense.
I feel like I’ve posted about Ana Serrano’s Cartonlandia before… perhaps on another blog in another life. She made this amazing town out of cardboard. She uses photos of real things to bring life to this totally cool place. My Folk Lover has had some great posts lately! Check them out to see this artist’s work and other neato things, cuz that’s where I found this.
I like how she’s used a flat photo of vines on this building, wrapping it around to give them some dimension and interest.