In my youth we would travel down the river road, fishing rods in hand to the footings of the old bridge. There alongside these medieval structures of stone and cement we would ply our red devil lures in hopes of catching more than a clump of river grass.
Today’s post is a sketch of a little carving of a puffin.
The one thing Leo can’t pull himself away from is “Another Ball of Yarn”.
Capturing time, a process both mechanical and chemical and when it registers and we have another “Kodak Moment”.
Today’s post is a companion sketch to “A Shell along The Way”.
It’s always best to keep your eyes open, for you never know when you might find “A Shell along The Way”.
Today’s post is a page from my “Ancient History Notes”.