thousands of colours all fade into one

leaves everywhere

The Belfry on A street (the street of the indefinite article). The colours of a blooming autumn (or whatever other expletive you wish to use). We are now foggy and grey so these enormous splashes of colour make a a bell will ring inside your headworld of difference. I have drawn this building before of course, back in March, when the leaves that are now in the autumn or even winter of their lives were barely even buds. And look, I have drawn vehicles; I daresay there were probably vehicles parked here in the original, but I peteshopped them out. At least you can see the building in the original though.  

I don’t know if there are any bats in this belfry. I remember when I first moved to Davis, and I read online about the bats of Yolo county, and how rabies was endemic in them. Yeah, that didn’t completely scare me. Funny things, bats. Their leathery wings always, for some reason, remind me of Lovejoy.

3 thoughts on “thousands of colours all fade into one

  1. Danyell says:

    Ha ha- street of indefinite article. Great stuff. You do architecture so well.

    Btw, apparently know one knows why when trees change color, why one will be yellow and the other orange. Or why the same tree will change to different colors every year. They know why the colors change, just not why one pigment randomly happens instead of another.

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