around 1100: along the schuykill river park and vine street bridge (highway 676), philadelphia. oil on linen on panel, 6 x 8 inches.
it was fun to receive compliments, but more fun when they were from kids. while painting, I heard a few hushed voices behind me. I thought it was one or two people watching me paint. after some minutes, I turned around to look, and was greeted by what looked like 30 or more kids watching me paint! I fielded some compliments and questions. my favorite was, “where are the cars?” I said they were moving too fast for me to paint. the kids were satisfied with my answer.
I'm glad elephants don't fly
There is such power in these legs of mine.
Meeting Commander AJ for the first time at the #ASCENDsummit2014.
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This shows why many among us become city-dwellers; turn the corner and this is the alley.
It's been such a long journey I almost forgot about this place, where the sounds and smells of the urban adventure disappear into the cresting waves. My baptismal hideaway.
Waiting to board our flight to Madrid, the city we keep returning to.