Wind and weather

Summer's gone...the winds are hurling and somehow the joy of drawing growns stronger.
The shorter the days the greater the inspiration.
Short bracing walks, soaking in the views and the energy levels are up for a good drawing session. Knowing there is no need to be outside, watching the change in the weather from the window, hearing the rain drops overhead... all are little elements that contribute to a good working environment... on no other occasion is my studio as comfortable and cosy as it is in the middle of cold and stormy weather.
The xmas orders are coming along smoothly, hopefully the first posting will be up by the end of the week-end. Until then, here's another of my beautiful views.


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