These are photos I took of a trip to Drumheller, Alberta with my family last spring. They were transferred onto a piece of rust-dyed fabric by fusing a piece of fusible web onto the fabric. The fusible was ironed onto the fabric, then the photo printed onto a piece of regular paper using an ink-jet was ironed onto the fusible. Then the paper was rubbed away using a small amount of water and my finger. The photos were then touched up with water colour pencils and pastels. When rubbing the paper off the photos it gave the whole thing a distressed feel that I thought was really cool. The piece was meant to hang on the wall as is (with stiching of course) but I never finished it because it just looks blah. I don't know whether I should cut it up and re-piece it together. Do I add a splash of colour? I just don't know. The Drumheller area is known as the Badlands of Alberta. It is very hot, very brown and has some of the coolest land formations going, not to mention some of the best dinosaur bone deposits in the world! The phots of are an old mining bridge, and three different interesting rock formations in the area. I thought the rust-dyed fabric would really tie into the colours and the feel of the area but it the whole piece lacks something. I think just too much brown is going on but don't know what to add to give it punch without detracting from the photos.