Robert (gurdonark) wrote,

Mild Chill

A mild cold front brought Autumn-like less-warm temperatures. I walked in Glendover Park this morning. I saw the usual suspects: Blue Jays, a Northern Cardinal, a Carolina Chickadee, a House Finch, several Starlings, a Northern Mockingbird, an Eastern Phoebe, and an American Crow. I also saw an Asian Collared Dove, which I see less often this in this park.

Last night I drew a simple sketch of an aquarium using Tuxpaint. I draw only well enough and just well enough that the viewer can determine what it is I am drawing. A social media friend is posting pictures of Dungeness, which looks wind-swept and lovely. My landscape in north Texas can be windswept, and can be lovely, but it is a different thing.

from Dreamwidth, because two posts of the same text are twice as nice

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