This was the last post to be written. Surely I have lots to say about views but I didn’t and I had no idea what images I’d use here.
As I was looking at the list of my draft blog posts, wondering what on earth I’d say about views, there was a picture staring at me from a draft I never finished. It was a view I rarely see, one I might not see again, of people who get views I will never see. Cryptic or what? Here’s the pic.
The airshow I love viewing annually is not on this year so I’ll be searching for some views elsewhere. The views we get are, hopefully, the ones we choose, of the places we decide to live and visit, of the people we spend our lives with, of the things we surround ourselves with. I’ve been sketching many views over the past year and hope to continue to do so. The process of sketching them often changes my personal view of them.
Here’s a sketch I did when visiting a friend of their view from their office, their cat was also enjoying the view.
While writing this I paused to think, looking out of my back door window and got an amazing view. My garden is laid out so I can get wonderful views while sitting here writing.
What views do you give yourself? (please be clean)
My AtoZ Blogging Challenge is all about sketches I’ve done this past year and some benches I’ve met along the way. Most but not all of the sketches were done from benches during my walk to work and around town where I shop.
If you’ve enjoyed reading this post why not see what others are doing too during 2015 AtoZ Blogging Challenge.
I adore your sketches, from my point of view they are great!
Thanks evalinamaria, glad you’re enjoying them.
Since I was given a smart phone, I have started snapping view and sharing them on a new blog.
Sue’s words and pictures Sue
Views are good.
I have trees and a little pond as my main view from my home . . . love watching the seasons change.
It’s great to have seasons. Particularly when spring has sprung.
When I was younger I used to climb up on my windowsill and sit there with my legs out the window watching the quiet street. That view, I always felt, was my own private view of the world.
I love the fluidity and curves of your sketches. Lovely pictures.
I think we all need our own private view of the world.
Thanks for the lovely comments about my sketches.