…swings and playthings at Leyburn playground on the Shawl.

…mossy stone walls and beautiful views over wensleydale.

…curlews in the fields!

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    1. Thankyou so much! I am really enjoying it now…it is such a good discipline to draw every day… I am combining it with a bit of positive psychology! Apparently to stave off depression you should make a list of at least three things you are grateful for at the end of each day! I decided to draw my three. I must say that it is working for me , I am also getting to meet a lot of great artists online! I love your loose drawing style. Many Thanks again!

  1. Yes, thinking of what you are grateful for and what you have rather than what you do not have helps a lot. Too often, people worry and moan about what is wrong in their life, forgetting the good that is already there.
    You have a great attitude and drawing helps with focus.
    Stew.

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