In the course of heat setting the sun prints yesterday, the fabric got turned to a different orientation than the way it was painted. I'm always amazed at how an image sticks in the mind, and how it doesn't even occur to me sometimes to check different angles. Excuse the color in these pictures - they don't look as intense in person. The one on the left with the bands of colors now running horizontally mimics June's painting more so than the vertical orientation. And the one on the right - well, as I had the tissue paper running horizontally to the bands of color, I didn't care for it much. But as soon as I turned it, it became a sunset with tree trunks angling to the sky. I can pick those out with thread painting, I'm sure.