Most of the wood has been removed from the old oak that fell after last year’s rains. A few logs remain, and the odd shape of the tree that grew next to the big oak, now no longer overshadowed by it.
Study for a painting titled “Midas”, but honestly I don’t know if I’ll ever finish it. Casein.
Late afternoon at Joaquin Miller Park, sitting on a low wall, facing downhill at Redwood Road.
I was shown a warmup exercise called “Three strokes and you’re out.” The idea is to create a drawing using only three lines. One line means without lifting your pen off the paper. These were done at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park in Oakland.
Kids were running all over the playground today. I couldn’t keep up.
Climbing up another hiking trail in Joaquin Miller Park.
In a park surrounded by oaks and redwoods, this little tree sits in the middle of a lawn, the only one whose leaves turn red in the fall.