Hard-copy markups, working my way through Part One
Had a hard time getting back into my book after eleven days on vacation. Also spent a good bit of time editing photos.
- What I did: Hard copy markups for the rest of Chapter 6 and Chapters 12, 13, 14 & 15, and outlining Chapter 19
- Time editing: 2 hours
- Time outlining: 50 minutes
- Plan for next week: Finish outlining chapter 19 and make edits for chapters edited this week
The trail at Edith Cavell in Jasper National Park winds through trees stunted by chilly breeze off the glaciers above
Although the Rocky Mountains of Alberta mark the boundary of Cascadia, I wanted to share this free texture collection from our midwest neighboring region. The ten textures include bark from the conifer forests of the Rockies, lichen-covered rocks from the alpine scree, water calm and rough, and stone worn by water.
Textures from Jasper National Park
Flaky conifer bark texture at Jasper National Park
Conifer bark dotted with dark lichen and sap at Jasper National Park
Red orange lichen explosively dots iron brown stone at Edith Cavell in Jasper National Park
A mottled orange stone at Edith Cavell at Jasper National Park is weathered into smooth facets almost like the surface of water