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Oblivious

March 10th, 2009

Odhin Joy and I just got back from our evening walk.  We went all the way across town and back.  That’s a total of ten blocks.  We walked right by a crowd of people gathered outside the local YMCA.  We were almost completely past when  a young boy yelled, “Look at that big dog!”  And then everyone turned and were completely startled that a dog that large had just walked past and they hadn’t noticed.  It amazes me how many people go through their entire day on cruise control, completely oblivious to their surroundings.  I know I have.  Now I mostly walk around looking at everything to see what angle would make the best composition, still oblivious to what it may actually be.

Tonight’s edm challenge was to draw a picture in a frame.  I wanted a picture of all three kids together.  Turns out I don’t have any with more than two kids at a time.  I didn’t notice that.  I’ll have to remedy that this weekend.

EDM
EDM 58: Draw a picture in a frame





The Artistic Biker is me, Jonathan "Blade" Manning.
A treasure troll of a man, with hobbit feet and a sharp pointy head. You may see me traveling up and down the highways of Oklahoma looking for the next place to sketch, paint, sing, dance, write, photograph or simply meditate. I have begun a journey that once set upon, there is no turning back. You can share in my blunt force journey through the art world on my weekly U-stream broadcast
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No Responses to “Oblivious”

  1. Carol on March 11, 2009 6:29 am

    Great Drawing! I am always telling my daughter to be aware of her surroundings. You are right, people are oblivious.

  2. Gia on March 11, 2009 2:49 pm

    LOL! too bad…I have lots of pictures of Boy1, Girl1 and Girl2 together. Great to be Granny. I like the drawing too.

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