Sunday, 11 March 2012

Richborough Power Station demolition watercolour sketch


I thought I had better record the event as best as I could in my sketchbook, I don’t know about other people, but for me there was a sense of unreality about this thirty second event. Almost as though it wasn’t something that was really happening anyway I don’t really have the right words, so here is the picture.

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4 comments:

  1. This is your 6th post since you were thinking of quitting blogging on Wednesday Michael! ; )

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  2. Almost shed a small tear as they went down, a strange atmosphere as we walked back to Richborough Fort, almost going home from a funeral !!

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  3. Peter I am not so much considering quitting, as doing something with a wider interest than just Thanet, probably more related to sketching than writing as I enjoy it more. Watercolour is something of a challenge, which I think will amuse me for some time.

    Bit of an odd one 10.05, it was so much representative of what the place looks like.

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  4. Michael, Don't leave! What will anonymouse do without you!? Besides, I'll miss you too.

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