Spray paint replaces
tall mountain pines of summer
I return to The City
Blue Angels Over Coit Tower Maneuvers performed in tight formation at 400 mph.
I burned the onions!
First I heard the sound. Then I heard a roar. The Blue Angels performed a flyover as they flew over San Francisco Bay.
I know, my feelings are contrary to a lot of other people’s feelings when it comes to the Blue Angels, but I just can’t help it.
I love the sound of a Ferrari engine revving up. I love the speed of a hydroplane.
I think the pilots are awesome when I see them flying in a Delta formation at 400 mph.
I’ll be watching the noisy jets this weekend, unless a blanket of fog rolls in, covering up the Golden Gate Bridge.
I found this little woodpecker outside the bedroom window. He didn’t see the glass. Carefully picking him up I stroked his tiny body, then lay him on a napkin. For a couple of days I’d come by, say hello and lovingly sketch him. I gave him back to nature by placing him under one of the tall pine trees down by the the creek.
Following a suggestion from Otto’s post, I took a walk. http://munchow.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/diversify-and-become-more-creative/
Check out two of my favorite dots, Otto and David. I think you will will be pleased, then go take a walk.
A month ago I was painting 7 foot paintings about how I felt about the wars going on in this world, today. The paintings are waiting for me to come back to the studio. Meanwhile, I’ve been collecting dots, drawing trees, writing a little and following feathers down the street.
Catching the fall breeze
Feather didn’t stay