Critique: The clouds made me do it

It’s a year later, and my relationship with this blog is the same.  It’s not in the past enough to critique.  I’m still in it.  And I’m always happy to be back here.


A year ago (my 27th birthday):

I love when utter happiness, amazement, and amusement move me.  I’ve noticed that often people are drawn to great emotions mostly when they are upset [maybe I’m watching too much reality TV], so when I saw these clouds the other day, I just had to stop…and then walk…and then take out my camera…and then put my camera away because, perhaps selfishly, I wanted to experience joy without intention.

I did end up snapping a few choice shots while I was in Echo Park.  The heat wave and humidity mixed with the final skies of summer.

Though I later got sun stroke, which was horrible, I fortunately remember the clouds more than my headache.

Normally, I include images of my art process here, but, to be honest, I’m too swamped…and my clouds (no pun intended) and computers are filled.  [I’m swamped for exciting reasons, though, which I will share soon!]

But for now…

roof view 8x11pw

Me mum says this one looks oftly suggestive:

echo park lake again 12x18 w

lots of clouds palimpsest 12x18w

echo park lake again 12x18pw

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