The boys were playing, and I loved the angles and shapes they made as they did whatever they were doing. Best of all, they were at eye level on the wardrobe at the top of the stairs, so as long as I didn’t step back too far and fall backward down the steps, I’d be fine. I think Mr. Sunshine finally caught the teeny tiny moth that’s been teasing him.
I can capture this in pencil, my native drawing medium, I’m not typically quick enough with other media, and with ink I make a lot of thinking dots, not so with pencil.
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