It's time for a walk on the wild side, friends. Whether you are wending your way amongst the unlikely animal friends of Isaiah or hiking out to the wilderness to take a closer look at John the Baptist, you will be out on the edge!
I discovered this morning that Renaissance artists conflated John with imagery related to Dionysus! What will they think of next? I guess that is one kind of wild, but not the kind I associated with John.
Where are you headed today? Who is the John you seek to portray, or are you going there at all?
Let us know what you're up to, and have a cup of coffee, too. I'll get the water started for tea.
(The two-dimensional work of art by James Tissot depicted in this image is in the public domain in the United States and in those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 100 years. )