|Photo: Me Painting: Christina Baker|
I decided to take a day off work and escape to Cape Cod the other day. I sat in bumper-to-bumper
traffic for an hour to hit the road to relaxation. Funny how that works. I had a great day in
Provincetown seeing old friends and meeting new ones. It's just a two-hour drive from Boston but it's a world away. People you barely know greet you with a hug or kiss on the cheek--something I'd be quite uncomfortable doing with people I see on the subway far more often. But I digress.
I find it relaxing to walk around with my camera and look for compositions to photograph.
I'll share more of my photographs in another post but while I was there, I was posting some of photos to Instragram. Shortly after I posted my photo of Provincetown Harbor at low tide, I saw Christina Baker post one of her paintings called High Noon. I thought my view of the harbor
could easily serve as inspiration for Christina's painting. And I love seeing the two side by side.
The weather is perfect which, to normal people, might mean the beach or a barbecue. To me it's a big painting weekend out on the back porches. I have to get back out there.