The alley used to be the No-Go-Zone but it became too much trouble to keep Amelia out of it. She can be so insistent when it comes to her rights. As long as the Buddha is properly positioned to keep the fence in place it the alley is a fine place to hang out, take a nap, chat with friends and box with opponents.
Today, 6/24/2011, nothing went as planned so when I was asked, for the third time, to take photos of the baby lion heads I said "Now, I'll do it now". You can see them just a few days old HERE. They are still growing, but you can see some different personalities emerging from the primordial cuteness of extreme babyness. I was also asked to come up with some short, unisex names that were not too weird. "Are Tibetan words too weird?" "No, that's not too weird." So I leafed through my Tibetan dictionary and choose some words that wouldn't be too hard to pronounce.....
We'll wait and see which, if any, are used!
This last bunny is a ringer, he's an adopted orphan.
Just to catch you up of things, Sydney's eye seems to be healing quite well, we hope there will be no complications or weirdnesses. The sketchbook I did for the Sketchbook Project 2011 has been digitized at the Brooklyn Art Library and you can see it HERE without going to Brooklyn.