over the crimson, yellow and orange maples. Of course the
ground was far too warm, and it didn't last. But it was the
earliest snowfall I can remember in a long time, and reminded
me of my first year in university when it snowed on October
14th. Too early.
Still Zoey and I bundled up and went out. She suffered the huge
snowflakes on her black coat, and I just marveled at how
beautiful the sky looked a purple grey in the far distance as the
the cloud mass approached.
Today -- all gone, blue skies, high white clouds, trees shedding
leaves in hundreds of shades of red, orange, yellow. Wildflowers
still surprise us in the park.
small sketches tonight. One is of my husband Steven, and really
captures the look he used to get when he tried to help me with my old
Mac. He's an IBMer. But my new IMac causes him nothing but
More chocolate please
5.5" x 6.5"
acrylic and ink on bond
The second sketch was done in ink and watercolour, and is of
a little girl licking chocolate off her finger.
Time to get back to drawing. Talk to you tomorrow.
Have a capturing-all-of-it-day.