Just a short tête-à-tête between bear and bunny. I think bear might be a distant cousin to the Grayson Highlands bear from last week.
This little guy showed up, right when I should have been paying attention to other things – and refused to leave until the drawing was done.
A roughly realistic bird with imagined colors.
Leaves are turning – just a little!
Backpacking in Grayson Highlands we encountered the wild ponies and a family of bears. I couldn’t get photos of the bears, but here is my recollection of their portrait wall.
Piece o’cake for this week’s #colour_collective challenge.. A weekend of backpacking ahead for me – and dreams of sweets.
It’s two weeks until Inktober. I’ve got to start thinking in monochrome again! From my sketchbook:
From the Carrboro farmers market – bright and shiny.
The pods are ripening on the mimosa trees. Mimosas are the most fabulous and underrated trees in the south. The the summer, they are covered with Pink and white brushy puffs and then in the falls, they get pods. Not sure what the leaf is from. I grabbed it on the same walk and liked the color. I must track that down.
Memories of UNC – Duke games past.
Just a bit of reflection on sunny days in the past.
University of North Carolina campus is full of wildlife, Chipmunks are one of my favorites.