Thanks for the bit of leeway with the challenge today - i was exhausted and a little overly ambitious thinking i could get the challenge done last week.
As i mentioned in the previous post - i have been in Ottawa, Ontario for the past few days. I was volunteering for the Canadian Lung Associations Patient Engagement workshop - and lucky for me i got to do some sight seeing with my good friend Tara, who was also part of the workshop!
We arrived on Thursday afternoon and took in the sights of the National Art Gallery of Canada. We had three hours and assumed we lots of time - we barely made it through one floor. Conversation was minimal - It was just a lot of me saying: "Look at this!" "Oh my gosh, look at that." "Look at those brush strokes!" "Look at these robes!" "Their mastery of light was amazing!!" or variations on that theme...for three hours. Luckily Tara is a good person to go to a gallery with and she was exclaiming things on her own!
|admiring the beautifulness|
|No pictured is the very handsome guard with the taser and the sidearm |
who's job it is to stand beside this gold bar all day.
He's not pictured because he's actually taking our picture for us.
|The view of the Parliament building from the Rideau Canal|
|inside the Library|
|The view of Quebec across the river, from the Peace Tower|
|In the War Memorial there are these enormous books where the names of the fallen Canadian Soldiers are kept|
Weekly Challenge #258: "UMT Rautyflex - by Kathrin Bendel CZT"
This month's Use My Tangle challenge is brought to you courtesy of Kathrin Bendel, a CZT from Germany.
She had posted her tangle on facebook and i immediately wanted to try it - but sometimes i don't get a chance to try new tangles until i make them the monthly challenge. SO. You can see the step outs for Rautyflex on Kathrin's website here.
It's definitely what you'd call a High Focus tangle, because you need to pay attention to the steps a bit more carefully than some tangles. But it is very neat, and there is lots of room for tangleation.
here's my tile:
have fun with this tangle!
If you have a blog, add the site-specific URL where your tile is posted to the linkey machine below! Don't forget to link back here so that others can join in the fun! (if you don't know how to find this, you can see my half assed tutorial here) Also, please feel free to come back often and visit the links of those people on the linkey machine - don't forget to leave a comment or feedback, everyone loves feedback. ;)
If you have a blog or host your images on line (like on Flickr or Picassa or Pinterest), add the site-specific URL where your tile is posted to the linkey machine below! Don't forget to link back here so that others can join in the fun! (if you don't know how to find this, you can see my half assed tutorial here) Also, please feel free to come back often and visit the links of those people on the linkey machine - don't forget to leave a comment or feedback, everyone loves feedback. ;)