Yesterday was a very fine day for sketching at the beach! The Friday Ad Hoc group of sketchers from Seattle Urban Sketchers met at Lincoln Park in West Seattle. We had a beautiful view of Puget Sound and the Fauntleroy Ferry to Vashon Island.
I was there early. While I waited for others to arrive, I sketched the interesting houses across the street from the park.
Nearly everyone headed down to the beach. I stopped part way down the path to sketch this classic view of the ferry.
I had just a few minutes left so I did a quick sketch of Marvin sketching. He got up and left before I was done, but I’d followed my practice of “sketch first what could move”! There were some young boys hunting interesting things at low tide. I wrote some notes about what they were yelling out.
At least 2 people aren’t in the group photo as they had to leave early.