Three ladies were dutifully suntanning in the afternoon and chit-chatting. Meanwhile, a lots of boats of all kinds and shapes were passing by in the distance.
A couple of British tourists were watching us how we were painting a couple of French tourist. At some point they became very aware that I was drawing them too...
Arnie and Katrine are from France. Arnie is a bee keeper. On our question if we can buy honey directly from him, he looked puzzled for a second and then replied:"Well, come to Southern France, I'll sell you honey!"
This is a "sweeping" view of a boardwalk. On the left hand side, I am assuming it was a son and his very elderly mother having side by side communication: she was dosing off and he was listening to the small radio. On the right hand side, a woman in a head scarf was talking fast in Russian to a man who holds the umbrella.
Far Left to right: Madeline, Inga, Anna, Marlene, a new sketching buddy Felize and a lady in pink. She doesn't sketch at all. She is just balancing the composition.