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Monday, December 11, 2006

A Savage Place

I've been working on this for ages, it seems. I'm still not sure if the blue in the center is right...

I just realized that I've used "savage" twice in as many weeks. I guess it's my new favorite word, along with "fierce." Wonder what that means?


tammy vitale said...

ooh, I like the blue - it works with the white specs - makes me think of cold and ice...( which doesn't, I guess, necessarily work with the arab on the camel = desert, huh?)...but "savage" and "fierce" - like that - willingness to stand up and be heard.

mcewen said...

11 results for: savage

View results from: Dictionary | Thesaurus | Encyclopedia | All Reference | the Web Unabridged (v 1.0.1) - Cite This Source
sav·age /ˈsævɪdʒ/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[sav-ij] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation adjective, noun, verb, -aged, -ag·ing.
1. fierce, ferocious, or cruel; untamed: savage beasts.
2. uncivilized; barbarous: savage tribes.
3. enraged or furiously angry, as a person.
4. unpolished; rude: savage manners.
5. wild or rugged, as country or scenery: savage wilderness.
6. Archaic. uncultivated; growing wild.
7. an uncivilized human being.
8. a fierce, brutal, or cruel person.
9. a rude, boorish person.
10. a member of a preliterate society.
–verb (used with object)
11. to assault and maul by biting, rending, goring, etc.; tear at or mutilate: numerous sheep savaged by dogs.
12. to attack or criticize thoroughly or remorselessly; excoriate: a play savaged by the critics.
I'd have put this in an email if I could have found one for you, so feel free to delete. You may choose savage but ethereal comes to mind for me.

leah said...

oo, i like this a lot. the blue looks good to me, almost as if we were poking through the firey colors of sunset to see the starry night sky.

tammy vitale said...

p.s. I tagged you over on my blog today (Dec 14). You're it!