Sunday, November 22, 2009
Christina Lopp and I teach a class in keeping an illustrated journal every year at Asilomar near Monterey California. It is a beautiful place to teach a class. Normally I don't have time to work in my journal because I am teaching, but this year we had a half day to go out and draw in public somewhere nearby. I managed to convince a couple of students from San Diego that they needed to see Point Lobos. It says on the brochure that it is the "greatest meeting of land and water in the world" I don't know about that but it is pretty spectacular. It was even more spectacular because of the ten to twenty foot waves that were cascading over the Point Lobos rocks.