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SKETCHES OF SAN DIEGO

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23 years. On and off. 

That's how long I've been in S.D. 

It's changed in some ways,
it's remained the 
same in others. 

This series of sketches are what I think makes San Diego special in all its shadows and shades.

The city's gone through stages. 

It started out as a desert land, the landscape punctuated by rolling hills, natural valleys, dry greens and browns.

It still feels like a dream to me. The trees, the people, the ocean breeze. 

Something both preserved and lost to time. The feeling of late February.

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Balboa Park.  

Its historic architecture, museums (now closed), the organ pavilion, and lotus pond- they are all the perfect backdrop to people gazing on a sunny day.

We sit on a tarp and blanket, use wood boxes as decks, and type and draw away under the sun.

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