For Sunday Sketches at Blue Chair Diary Blog, a sketch from a black and white photo of an old door. It’s on drawing paper with watercolor.
My friend sent me this amazing and beautiful travel journal for my Camino Santiago walk in Spain. I’m leaving soon on April 20th, and walking for a month (stopping of course to visit small villages, lunch, and sleeping each night in small hotels). My son will be posting photos on my blog that I’ll be sending home from the road, so you can follow my journey.
And inside was this tiny 2 inch by 3 inch mini journal with a picture of dogs!
This is Frankie. He’s a member of our Sunday walking team. When I arrive at his house, he runs up to me and barks hello then runs back and barks that it’s time to go. This was a BIG bucket of water that was put there for horses, since we were near the horse trails. Frankie is a corgi and his little legs were too short, so he’s being helped up to get water.
A purple hillside we passed while walking.
Back home in my yard, I liked the way the shadows fell on the nasturtiams.
A couple days later I was in San Pedro. It has a mix of houses in the different areas that make it up. A lot of older and very charming ones.
I loved the staircase with the arched door on this one.
A friend and I went to Habitat for Humanity Restore. They have all kinds of donated building materials. We were excited when we found these tiles from Holland and Mexico. Five dollars for a box of about two dozen. Just a sampling below. Now I need to decide what I will make with them for the backyard.
I’ll leave you with this quote by John Muir. My friend had broken it up throughout the pages of the travel journal.
In Every Walk
Than He Seeks.