Monday, June 3, 2013


Kapa'a Sunrise Rose, 9 x 12
This morning, just as I am finishing my sunrise painting, I turn around to see a crowd of onlookers: pigeons. Many of the pigeons are pecking hopefully at the ground, but the rest have an eye turned on me.  I've been sitting here for so long, I must have some food for them.

Down on the beach in the soft sand, some movement catches my eye.  It is a shore crab, running for his half-inch burrow in the sand.  Once I see one, I see twenty, scuttling in and out of bits of driftwood, picking with their claws for food.

Suddenly I'm hungry too.  Back to my room for breakfast.

1 comment:

Newton Avelino (Artista Plástico) said...

I really liked your blog. Whenever I can pass here.
It will be an honor for us to have you on our blog.


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