#0209 Erected in 1922, the East Cape Lighthouse stands 154m above the Pacific Ocean, 14m high, the light flashes every ten seconds and is visible for 50km. The Lighthouse was automated in 1986. East Island was the original Site. East Cape near Gisborne New Zealand (2000).
14 Sep 2016
PS. No pencil!! Note to self – don’t forget to breathe.
#0208 A funny postcard of a marching band at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen Denmark (1982).
13 Sep 2016
#0207 A close up of the Soothsayer’s Temple with the Nuns’ Quadrangle in the background. Mayan ruins at Uxmal Yucatan Mexico (1995).
12 Sep 2016
PS. Lately I’ve hit a wall in terms of progress, maybe because I’ve been relying on my pencil too much rather than having more fluid lines. This sketch is an attempt to embrace the imperfection of freehand drawing again 🙂
#0206 Enjoying the spring weather at Tunks Park.
11 Sep 2016
PS. Had meant to show the cliffs and houses behind the boats, but pen was running out of ink from the very start …
#0205 Notre Dame Paris France (1996). No sign of hunchback or a bell.
07 Sep 2016
#0204 I’m having a mid-life crisis. Am trying to decide on my second car and this one that’s parked down the road seems to be calling my name.
06 Sep 2016
#0203 Five Storied Pagoda at Ueno Park in Tokyo Japan (2008).
#0202 A slightly wonky looking camera.
04 Sep 2016
#0201 Offspring #2’s new second-hand telemark ski boots (telemarking is a classic European style of skiing where you have to bend your knees to turn, seems like way too much effort to me).
03 Sep 2016
PS. Occurred to me after the fact that I should have used this subject for continuous line drawing practice.