The GE 7FA is my favorite turbine. Which turbine do you prefer to work on? Here is a new drawing and a couple old ones.
Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
Steamboat Mountain is the skyline icon of Lyons, Colorado. This hogback rises above the north end of town and is illustrated here on a January afternoon. It was the high-quality sandstone from the quarries behind Steamboat and adjoining Beech Hill (part of what geologists call “The Lyons Formation” which is considered the hardest sandstone in the … Continue reading Steamboat Mountain
I assure you – I had no conscious premeditated intent. It was an accident. It wasn’t even entirely my fault. After a week-long Christmas visit, I drive my mom’s Subaru to the airport in Pasco, Washington with my eighty-three-year-old mother in the front seat and Renée in the back. As we cross the bridge over … Continue reading Five Phoneless Days
“…The cat came back. They thought he was a goner But the cat came back. He just wouldn't stay away. The man around the corner said he'd shoot the cat on sight. He loaded up his shotgun full of nails and dynamite. He waited... and he waited... 'till the cat came walking round And ninety-nine … Continue reading The Cat Came Back…
Sometimes I consider myself paranoid walking up to the car in the morning. I leave the house for work early, usually well before sunrise, and walk a hundred-fifty-feet up twenty-five stone steps to the driveway. I swivel my light and perk my ears. I never stroll up with a carefree saunter, at least not before … Continue reading Catamount
My drawings from the first half of October are posted over here. I consistently continued with daily ink drawings for the remainder of the month and am posting the last half of Inktober today. If you want to see larger versions and the captions that go with the drawings, see my posts on dbsuchart.wordpress.com. Hope … Continue reading Second Half of Inktober (days 16 – 31)