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Today’s Postcard: Across to Tenby
My philosophy professor Watson Jones knows when it is too wet to venture out, when it is dampish but acceptable, and when it is the optimum moment for it. He chose the middle slot, early-ish but not too heroic. Off we strode into the light that I imagined Zola envisaged for the opening scene of Germinal ie a little oaty, slightly down-at-heel but with a hint of optimistic pink.
Into Tenby which ssshhed with rain and slow cars trying to park inside shops, then out again - somehow the town from a distance looked brighter than closer up, so here we are, seen from near and far.
Paint: (on my Ritec Red homemade earth paint):
Brush: Size 2 filbert (hog bristle); Sizes 1 and 2 round (synthetic).
Hope you like the painting,
Watson Jones (our sage 3yr old cairn terrier); major-ed in Sartre, Barthes and sofas.