40 thoughts on “Spring Garden rush.

  1. Beautiful drawing, and a smart one too. There are so many things people can come up with for the meaning of the invisible tree, that this drawing becomes, like a good poem or book, also something uniquely personal to everyone.

  2. Wow, such a lovely sketch – it looks so free and enjoyed. (I have to admit drawing in public is probably the scariest thing for me and you seem so comfortable and natural)

    • Thanks Inari. Yes, I was having fun here. It can be daunting drawing in public, nothing is in your control, and the world moves at break-neck speed, but you soon find new coping skills, and your drawings improves with time. Thanks for dropping by, Russell.

  3. Such a lovely, loose drawing that captures the energy and character of the place in spite of its simplicity. Your writing was also very beautiful. I love the outline of the tree :)

  4. This is amazing! – Just to let you know that I nominated you for ‘Versatile blogger of the year.’ (post is on my page). Keep up the great work!

    • Thanks :-D They built us a new library, here in Halifax—it’s a great place to sketch in. I used to live in the corner of Starbuck’s to observe the ebb and flow, but for street views this place wins hands down. Sorry Starbuck’s :-( (I’m sure they can take the hit.)

      • How lovely, libraries are wonderful places. I have such fond memories of my little local library when I was a child, a treasure trove of fantasy. My favourite sketching place is a little cafe on the first floor of a book shop in an early 20th century cinema. I can look down on life passing below me.

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