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Thursday, 1 November 2018
Be Thankful For... Memories
Topic: Art Challenges

Occasionally I come across an art challenge that I want to participate in online. Up to now these have been posted under their particular topic based on the medium (watercolors, sketching, etc.) However, the current one can be in any medium as long as it represents the word prompt.

The theme #BeThankfulFor will run for the entire month of November and I will be trying to participate daily if I can manage it.

So here goes:

November 1 - #bethankfulfor Memories

"Growing up we used to take vacations at the Oregon Coast because it was inexpensive on a limited income. I fell in love with lighthouses early on. I have never actually been inside one yet, though.

"I love taking photos of lighthouses and this one in Gibraltar was spotted on our cruise in the Mediterranean last year. Because it is so distinctive with its lattice grid it immediately brings back great memories."

Rendered in Micron Pen.


This is the photo in my travel archives on which the drawing is based:


See you again soon.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 4:54 PM PDT

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