Sunday, September 07, 2008

Sister Rachel reading

Rachel and I wandered into the quaint sailor’s reading room on the seafront. How wonderful that in 1864 the founders created a place that provided food for the soul for the hardworking fishermen and sailors of Southwold.
Watercolour and pen in sketchbook


Blogger Hashi said...

A sailor's reading room? How fabulous. Also wonderful that it is STILL THERE! Does your sister look like you? From this sketch, I think she might.

9/07/2008 7:28 PM  
Blogger Peceli and Wendy's Blog said...

Nice free painting. I'm getting tighter and more boring each week with my pictures. I need to use paint, get away from cheap biros.
We're back in cold Geelong and a bit disorientated after three weeks in Fiji.

9/08/2008 5:04 AM  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

My lovely sister doesn't look a lot like me, Hashi. She has always had the darker hair and enviable bone structure of the two of us. Whereaas my brother and I look a lot more like siblings.
Poor you Wendy back in the cold. But with our dismal cold, wet summer I've been envying your Fiji visit

9/08/2008 11:23 PM  
Blogger Ellis Nadler said...

I believe Southwold is known as "Hampstead-on-Sea"

9/15/2008 10:09 PM  

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