Monthly Archives: March 2013
I finally have a good internet connection on my Saskatchewan journey, so here are a few sketches. … Continue reading
Winding roads, as low as 15 on a few corners was the order of the day. Clouds hid the upper mountains or made a stripe across the middle. We went to parking lots for both glaciers. Keith and Ruth did … Continue reading
A reminder. We decided to sketch on Worldwide Sketchcrawl Day on April 13 instead of going out on the first Saturday of April. I hope everyone can come out. Location to be determined. If you have ideas, post them here … Continue reading
My brother’s bach (bachelor house or cabin) about 45 minutes from Auckland. Simple and lovely with the sight and sound of the Tasman Sea below.
The neighbourhood where Bruce lives is no longer lower class and ethnic but rising in desirability and price. The houses are small and over 100 years old. We walked to the closest street with shops, Ponsonby, and found a park … Continue reading
Central part of city is sobering, but I didn’t sit down there to sketch so it was all done at cafes today. The map indicates the “red zone” of earthquake damage and danger. Much is fenced off.