I always have the best intentions when I am traveling.
I have my Peerless Water Colors, my water brush and my microns.
The problem is that we get so involved in going and doing that nothing gets drawn.
However, sometimes when I return, if I have the time, the memories are vivid
and I can sketch out impressions.
So that is what I am sharing today...impressions of our vacation in Ornans, France.
(See previous post for photos)
Flying into Geneva, we flew over Lake Geneva and I was impressed with the
plots of sunflowers, corn and hay.
Walking around Ornans, next to the Loue River, I loved the many gardens tucked next to old
stone walls that may have been there since 1300. There were old "sheds" of stone and stucco in many of the yards.
You can see, I have no idea of perspective but I do enjoy random sketches.