I saw stars, but they were not stars, they were flying vehicles. Maybe in the millions. I then realized that I was on another planet. The civilization’s technology was exceedingly more advance then ours. Their technology was so advanced that many millions of flying vehicles could navigate at high speeds without collision.
I’m glad elephants don’t fly.
(india ink on note book. color inverted via a digital image editor.)
There Are Lots of Interesting Subjects Just Outside My Door Steps
Art don't have to be grand to be noticed and loved
The Last Day Of Summer In The Northern Hemisphere
At the end of the day, no one gets a prize for how complexly something was made
the process of “catching up” was no longer valid
nothing is stationary
The decrepit red barn. oil on linen on panel, 6 x 8 inches