Justin and I recently hit a new low in our marriage — we did a jigsaw puzzle! Yes, this means we've officially become old and boring. But it has also clearly given me a burst of creativity.
This frog is one of the last holes in a novelty mini-golf course at Bateman's Bay, a coastal town about two-and-a-half hours away. I took these four pictures last December, but realised just last week they could be re-sized and overlaid to make a single image and a whole frog.
Justin isn't sure if he likes the result, although I think it works because he keeps returning to the studio and quizzically looking over my shoulder, exploring the intersection of each frame. I like the way the black edges highlight the image's construction and lead the eye in a circular pattern.
You'll be shocked to hear we've done three more jigsaw puzzles since our first crime ... we'll be playing Scrabble next!