|With wings clipped by COVID it was hard to
do our usual international travelling, such as a trip to Holland
and Denmark that we cancelled, or a return visit to Australia to
see family. Accordingly, we stuck close to home and ...
|This very picturesque rock, which looks like it
could have been part of the Japan
trip, is just downstream of the Alexandra
Bridge in the Fraser Canyon. The second picture, done
afterwards from the watercolour, is on Japanese washi
paper. The other suiboku wash drawing on the right is from
the scary, noisy bridge deck of the current Alexandra Bridge.
Painting on the roadside in "suiboku" style – that is, an ink stick ground into a little water in an ink stone.
(Below) A piece of the Cariboo Road that was the TransCanada Highway from the 1920s – '60s.