Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Fish Cartoons

I don't only paint lakes, rivers, and bays, sometimes I goof around with cartoons. I've been at it again with a few more fishing cartoons. This time I focused on the fish with human qualities. Enjoy!

Polarized fishing glasses

Fish Pee

Fish Beds

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Life is short, get away from the big screen and get on a big stream!

Monday, April 28, 2014

Lake Alligators!

Here's an interesting sign combination. When fishing in Florida, you often come across signs like this one below, but I have never seen one with a "Pet Walking Area" sign attached. What is the message here?
Anyway, I will say that you must be careful when fishing in Florida because that may not be a log that you are fishing near.

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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Leo Humor

Okay, this is not d├ęcor maps, but sometimes I blow off a little creativity by drawing cartoons. Here's a few that I thought I would share. I called them Leo Humor. Enjoy!

This cartoon may be my favorite of the bunch. Looks like the guy has found a major fishing breakthrough, however I'm not sure that I would ever dress like bait. Also, this could be called Zen fishing.

I just can't come up with a way that Bob would have ever managed to get his fishing line down his pants. You know, I bet some fisherman has done this  before, because there are some crazy people out there.

After Harold somehow hooked his butt, it's clear that poor Marge is going to have a tough few weeks ahead. Don't you think?

Don't Forget to be one with your bait. Ommmm!

Check out my decor maps, try to find the hidden fish and mermaid!

Sunday, April 13, 2014

On a small stream!

I few weeks ago while in Florida, I traveled over to the Venice Rookery in Venice Florida to take a few pictures of the waterfowl. The rookery is locate in the middle of a small lake and both Great Blue Herons and Egrets nest there. I got up at 5:30 am in the morning so that the lighting would be at its best for photos. Here's what I discovered.
An early morning Great Blue Heron returning from the ocean filled with fish and ready to feed its young one.

Hmmm... eat your regurgitated fish!

An Egret coming in for a landing
Two chicks waiting to be fed as a great blue fly's over.

This is a sand hill crane wandering near the rookery and looking for hoppers.

An Osprey.

Remember: Life is short, get away from the big screen and get on a big stream!