Sometimes when I'm painting I'll toss down my brush, gather up the necessaries and off I go....
Here; to San Simeon Cove, where the eucalyptus grow right down to the shore
And whale bones wash up onto the sand , ancient wrapped in seaweed and shells
Tall masted ships stay for days in the cove for protection from the open sea
And Elephant Sea Lions lurk just up the coast and sometimes a stray camps out too
A few lovely Moorish buildings sulk over the scene, supposedly full of treasure.
But the real treasure is in the nature there. Phooey for the bullion and marble busts of Apollo.
Its getting late! I must go back to Gull Cottage now
I'm working on a large canvas and almost done; and I'm missing home...........
Almost March! That means spring, and sheep and the first vegetables.
I will leave you with this beautiful Radish specimen.
A watermelon Radish. Wonder if it tastes as good as it looks?