uilding Sketch was a mixed media and sepia pen and marker drawing done, I believe, in Japan. It was a structure over water. Lovely tree hung their branches around it.
The scene was still and peaceful. I remember (yes, in Japan) sitting for
several minutes in the peace and quiet at each site I chose to draw. My
mind was not on what I needed to do when we returned to the US. My
appreciation for being in that country grew. The architecture; the
flora, and the people made the trip , exciting and memorable.
Besides the structure; trees, and water, the birds were present in noticeable numbers. Their chirps were not familiar. Do bird chirps change per environment or do they remain the same for species? It never occurred to me to record their sounds. It wasn't until I went to the UK in 1992 to attend a crop circle conference that I thought of recording bird song.
The above meditation mandala will be available soon.
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