Tag Archives: ink

The Economy

More and more tent camps visible around the city.

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Playgrounds

Playgrounds close up and in the distance.

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Progress

At a freeway offramp, a man asking for spare change flags himself with balloons. The local library branch was recently remodeled. It has self-checkout with OCR readers, laptops to lend for in-library use, and I just noticed usb outlets in … Continue reading

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Library

This started as a sketch of two old men sitting on a bench in front of the library on an overcast day. Two police SUVs pulled up in front of the library, blocking my view, and when they left a … Continue reading

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Basketball Court

The basketball court in the park is actually a single hoop in an open area near the swimming pool, flanked by grassy hills, lawns and picnic benches.

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Calligraphs

Out with Shadow in the park again, trying to follow people with my brushpen. There was a group of kids sitting on the ground. The group leader bent over, then knelt. One girl stretched and leaned, but stayed rooted to … Continue reading

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Tai Chi in the Park

I sat on the lawn with Shadow at my side and tried to follow a Tai Chi group with my brush pen. An old gentleman came up behind me, smiled and said something in Chinese. I wish I could have … Continue reading

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Warmups

Faces from Alex Kayser’s photography book Heads.  

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Shoreline Park

Shipping cranes, viewed from Shoreline Park. The day I was there, an inflatable bouncer tent had been set up on the grass.

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