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    1. Sigrun says:

      thank you ☺️

  1. Wonderful! I carry a notebook and pen on my walks, but can only “sketch” in words. I have always been so enamored with colorful nature sketchbooks. I wish I possessed that talent. I’ve tried to learn to sketch. Alas…

    1. Sigrun says:

      my joy for sketching came as a surprise – totally unexpected …

      1. Unexpected joy, perhaps the best kind.

  2. bluebrightly says:

    Wow, just wonderful! Each illustration is excellent…I like your frames, especially the one for the euphorbia that acts as the soil line. The photos are a nice addition, so clean and bright. I’ve seen that little lotus, or a simialr plant, here in the U.S. too. I like the way you paired the one line drawing with the watercolor, and the splatters are like fallen petals. And the same euphorbia has escaped cultivation around Seattle – I found this, in case you’re interested.

    1. Sigrun says:

      THANK you! and YES I am interested 😉
      I find similar weeds in Spain and Norway, but the stems and leaves are more rubber-like here in the south.
      Most of the flowers i pick up are classified as invasive; strange how plants transgress their native habitat creating both joy & worries ….

      1. bluebrightly says:

        Well put. They certainly do! You must really enjoy going back and forth between Norway and Spain, such different environments and cultures. I look forward to seeing more sketches!

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