Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Walk Two Hundred and Ninety-Five – The scout hut

A quick walk to the Bluebell Wood. Today is the only day of childcare I’m getting this week so I need to use the time for the day job. This is about half way up the track. I think Xavier will love it when he’s old enough to join.

240mm x 170mm sepia pen and graphitint pencil on watercolour paper


Blogger robotcharlie said...

Hello Julie,
All I can say is, based on your art... you live in such a beautiful area.
Being from an area where all we have are cars, concrete and smog.... your art is a welcomed sight.

6:30 pm  
Blogger Penny said...

Looks beautifully rural, so damp and english! 40 degrees predicted here for Saturday and Sunday.I have come in hot and sticky from feeding ponies amd my neck is sore.

12:18 am  
Blogger Hashi said...

Your boys are lucky to have a Scout hut. That's the way it is in Australia, too. But here in the U.S. it seems that (for the girls at least) meetings are always held in school classrooms or the like.

Great sketch! Took me back to my Guiding days ...

11:42 pm  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

poor you robot charlie. I know I'm lucky, though we do have depressing spots _ I jut tend not to choose them as subject matter.
Hope that car injury is on the mend Penny.
Hashi scout meetings in a classroom? Just doesn't seem right.

8:00 pm  

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