Sunday, July 10, 2005

Eaten Leaves







Art... courtesy of the June bugs.

5 comments:

kenju said...

Another set in which the negative space is very important.

Fred Friar said...

do our economy a favor Rick and buy a dose of Sevin (made right here in West Virginia)plus do a number on those bugs.

Appalachian Gun Trash said...

West Virgina product? I didn't know that. I'll have to check the label. But, those rascals had got into my beans and once I applied Sevin, it was sayonora my little beetle blankety-blanks!

Rick Lee said...

Oh yeah, Sevin was created by Union Carbide. In my youth, most of the dads in my my neighborhood were blue-collar UCC plant operators. People brought Sevin home from the plant by the bucket-full. There were no bugs in my neighborhood... nosiree. It's still made in the Institute plant but of course the plant has gone through a succession of owners after UCC. First Rhone-Poulenc, then... geez I forget... but anyway, it's Bayer now. Yes, the beloved German asprin company makes pesticides, using the dreaded gas MIC, known for producing so many deaths in Bhopal, India. I personally have stood over the underground tanks storing the jillion pounds of MIC here in West Virginia. I should have gotten a t-shirt or something at least.

Immortal Beloved said...

Now that is creative.