John Lee Hooker was one of the last links to the blues of the deep South. He moved to Detroit in the early 1940's and by 1948 had scored his first number-one jukebox hit and million-seller, "Boogie Chillun." Other hits soon followed, "I'm In The Mood," "Crawling Kingsnake," and "Boom Boom" among the biggest. During the 1950s and '60s, Vee Jay Records released a remarkable string of more than 100 of John Lee's songs.
This is the Blue Dragon nudibranch. It spends its life floating on the surface of the ocean. They feed on the poisonous Man of War Jellyfish, collecting the animal's toxins and storing them in little sacs on the end of their feather-like "fingers." The Blue Dragon can produce a much more powerful and deadly sting than the Man of War due to its ability to store the poison.
previous pinner said:I made little wire hand forms-covered the wires with crumpled paper and tape to make them look like real hands, and then I started paper macheing them. I've done about 15 pairs of hands so far.My idea is that I'm going to paint them black and have them hanging down at different lengths & sticking out from the wall.