Monthly Archives: June 2014

Podenco…

My niece who is Spanish, English and American, and lives near Madrid has always wanted a dog, a cat, a baby brother or sister and, due to various reasons, and living in a fourth floor flat in the middle of … Continue reading

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A piece of history…

Or under grey skies…. Clacton is a nearby seaside town that has an amusement pier, a promenade, sandy beaches, buckets, spades, kids but on a Monday under grey skies it only has dog walkers, old people parked in their cars … Continue reading

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Beached…

I spent yesterday walking the promenade at Clacton while my husband had a blood transfusion. I had intended to try some plein-air painting but couldn’t find a suitable subject. If I had walked the opposite way I would have found … Continue reading

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Sleepy Sunday sketch…

And still he sleeps… Milo curled up in amongst the tall grass under the forsythia. In between bread-making, gardening and just sitting in the sun I managed this sketch of him.

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