Welcome to T Stands For Tuesday. Today I've recycled some old tea bags for this latest entry in my 7 Continents altered book (AB). For those who are new to my blog, I call it the oldest UFO (project) I own. Although it started with a tip-in swap in 2004, I've been working on adding pages since early in 2005, and it may never be finished.
I dried tea bags on 90 lb. watercolor paper,
After the photo shoot, I also added the image from Patagonian Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego, or Tierra del Fuego. The picture is from Ushuaia, the southermost city of the world, which is also Tierra del Fuego’s capital city in Argentina. Argentina shares Tierra del Fuego and Patagonia with Chile. Argentina's share is quite small, while nearly 2/3 of Tierra del Fuego is in Chile. The Andes mountains are in the background of both pictures.
Also note that when I write or print text on an AB page, I am much more formal than I am when I write on my blog. I use the blog for notes and techniques I share with my friends and followers, while the AB pages are geared to a more formal audience. Not sure why I do that, but I often do.
While researching Argentina, I learned a great deal about Argentina's number one drink,
including where it was grown.
This voyage took me
from the cacti dotted valleys
in the north, all the way to ice covered Patagonia in the south. I hope you saw yet another side of Argentina or ArgenTEAna as I interpreted it today. To see other altered book posts on Argentina, please go here, here, here, and here.
What are you working on for T this Tuesday? Is it sewing, digital art, a shelfie, a favorite mug, or maybe an art journal page? Or are you just kicking your feet up, enjoying that first cuppa'? Regardless, please link below. The only request is, it should in some way, reference a drink of some kind, a way to make a drink, a place where you can make or enjoy a drink, or a place you've been where drinks were served. Bleubeard would also like to remind you that photos need not be taken on Tuesday, but any time.
I'm also entering this in AEDM,
as Day 18's entry.