Just in case you’d like to drop by to view the collections at the Museum of Dust or merely to say ‘hello’, I have posted the most recent, inclusive and accurate map to Terra Incognita and its immediate environs.
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It’s not often that an illustration has me diving for Google, but this one did! The only one that stumped me was #11. I’m sure Cog has her reasons for that one.Amazing, thanks.
No … cancel that reference to #11. All revealed at the MoD.
Love this…could sit and stare at it for hours!
What an imagination! Love the place names you’ve chosen for the legend :)
HA! I hope you read Tom Robbins. I’m off to the museum! p.s you’re not a mason are ye?re: 6.
I fear we might be long-lost relations. Terra Incognita – it looks like home.
Cheers!Son of Incogneato
Just don’t think you’re going to move back, cousin!
Not to worry – I live (and thrive) in Ultima Thule. Literally. However you can visit me here, if you like: http://sonofincog.blogspot.com/.
Dear Son,I have just spent many happy and fascinated hours visiting both your very fine blogs. Thanks. I would have been there much sooner if I’d realised that you’re replied to my reply…
Better late than never, eh? Glad you found something you liked on my blog.Love your style(s), especially the black/white contrasts (we seem to share an interest there …).
I think there’s plenty of commonality in our work! Both stylistically and in terms of ideas… (at least, I like to think so — I really like your images!) And I love the breadth and depth of your interests in your other blog — I haven’t had a chance to read deeply yet, but I loved the posts about Scandinavian painters in particular.