Saturday, 17 September 2016

Some more old Thanet postcards with the writing on the back, superslow broadband, a Canterbury watercolour

 In this post the back comes before the front





















The watercolour painting another one from Chocolate Café in Canterbury painted this afternoon, this is generally where I wind up on Saturdays having finished my travels buying books for my bookshop. 

I think the perspective is getting better looking at the photo I took after sketching it in with a brush. I find that drawing the picture with a brush is easiest, probably because unlike a felt tip or a pencil the brush always stays the same.



The main reason for this is that Canterbury is usually fairly close to whichever Kent towns I have visited and has the cheapest parking within a short walk of the town centre of all the Kent towns at 80p for 5 hours.


We have just had to get superfast broadband – meaning that our broadband connection has gone back to normal

  
Here are the books that went out in my bookshop today http://michaelsbookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/shipwrecks-in-bookshop.html


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