Halibut PointPosted: June 20, 2014
Today was a day for painting rocks. I managed to get in two paintings, both quarter sheets and since tomorrow is a travel day I’ll save the other one for then. I painted for the first time at Halibut Point State Park last year and it is one of the most special places in this area. One of the things I notice most when I’m there is the quiet. You can hear the ocean waves breaking in the distance but the only sound you hear at the quarry is the birds — mostly gulls along with a few ducks — along with the odd teenager or two, defying the park rules by jumping off the cliffs into the water.