|somewhere, there are 100 fry in here!|
Steve Brown and myself visited Springfield and Worsthorne Primary Schools in this second day of creative input into the latest trout hatching with the Ribble Rivers Trust
|Steve and an artist in discussion|
They were such busy workshops, I didn't take as many photos as sometimes so will pool the results here
|2 folds of a river pop-up: finished ones might have 30 folds!|
In both schools, the visual arts/story side of things this day was to make folded rivers: concertina pop-ups that when finished could run right across a classroom.
|starting with a river and fish in photos|
|creating water patterns|
|the river runs over front and back of a card|
|the wonderful red rocks of the River Brun |
(no, we'd not met them before either, with fry hiding in the gravel)
Worsthorne's "The Source To The Sea"
Initial design and half finished pop-up with a big trout - some fisher's "one that always got away"
"Hey Trout", the Springfield song