Funny…turns out more mystery surrounds this place than I had once imagined.  Granny and I jump ship (skiff really), and parade around the white sandy beaches for washed up conch shells…(the biggest you’ve ever seen)…We feel like we’ve been marooned on the place, as there has never been another soul in sight.  Needless to say, even my 29-year-old imagination runs wild here.  So imagine my utter delight in finding out this place was in many ways a small bit of Eden? Just so happens The New York Zoological Society utilizes this remote island to give endangered species from across the world a place to grow and thrive…Grevy’s Zebras and ring-tailed lemurs to name a few.  Sadly, the public is only allowed to access the island’s beaches…but should we come eye to eye with a zebra in the future, we’ll know it’s no mirage.

St. Catherine’s Island

pen & ink with watercolor washes

©2010 Heather L. Young

Advertisements

Bon Voyage!

September 13, 2008

Ok…so I promise to get back to art in a few days…(that left eye is still a bit of a jerk)…but in the mean time, I’d like to wish my baby broseph and Marc (who is practically another baby broseph) a safe but adventurous journey to Costa Rica.  I’m so grateful they took the time to visit me on my birthday, when they’re just about to leave the country for three months.  I couldn’t resist this little Kate Thurman AKA Microwave Girl card at Shop SCAD the other day…

I hope you boys surf the best waves ever, love life, and live it up while you’re down there.  Many hugs, and thanks again for stopping by…

That’s Alan on the left, and Marc on the right…to see a few other b-day photos stop by my flickr page