Captain Solomon Jacobs Park at The Head of the Harbor, Gloucester MA. This far view towards Ten Pound Island always catches my interest. So many things to look at from the up close to the far away, to the above, to the below, to the squeeze in-between. I'm not inclined to paint this, to squeeze all of this into a flat plane; however, all of this informs my art. Everything here, within, without, is in constant motion. This is the essence, and yet so easy to forget, so easy to want to fix, but must surrender to: change is the only constant. the still point what binds all of this together is the between.
ps: the top 2 pics are from my walk to work on Thursday morning April 18. the bottom pic of the long view was taken yesterday morning April 19. sometimes i sense the ocean breathing.