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Only one sketch this month…I seriously have creative withdrawals because most of the time right now I sit at the computer to prepare some ….things ;)

So….here you go -what represents Jersey City to me…Statue of Liberty and Iron Cast Railings

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What represents your home city/town/village for you?

Wishing you an amazing day!!!

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Comments (17)

  • Amante del Papel

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    Is an amazing Sketch!!! In my country (México) “El angel de la independencia” (The independence angel) is the most representative!

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  • scrapinsue

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    My town is trees and trees and wild turkeys in the road.
    Dogs walking their humans around the circle and children playing.
    It’s nice and I’m still getting used to the quiet after 9 years (after living in a noisy city (Lawrence, MA) for 15 years.

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  • Debby

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    Great artistic view of NJ and what it means to you. My hometown is in the deep south so I love the old homes in the downtown ares as well as other historic place with a definite vintage look.

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      Debby- I have a picture in my mind :) I have been to the south a a long time ago and I loved the architecture !

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  • Grandscraperona

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    Love your sketch!…and colors! Thinking of trying to start sketching again as i did many years ago. Thanks for all the beautiful things you show to all, Nat. Now my answer to your quest:

    Oh, my Puerto Rico, so small (35 m x 100 m) in special Caimito rural zone where i have been living for more than 40 years! So many shades of green, with the red-ora tones of the flamboyants, trinitarias in lilac, pink, red… the flowered roble tree with its lavender color in full, you name it… the smell of the Hilan-Hilan tree, and after 6 pm, the cigarra’s orchestra, and the sweet coquí- coqui, this is what i am in love with…Dont see me living in other place, with a different weather…

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      You make me wanna go – you wrote it in such wonderful poetic words…it sounds like a wonderful entry to a fiction story! I wanna read more :) One day I will go to Puerto Rico :)

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  • Madeline Rains

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    What represents my little town in rural Georgia? Dogwoods and Azaleas in bloom, the smell of burning leaves and barbecue and the tiny post office.

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      Ahhh – that sounds cute with the flowers and the tiny post office.

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  • Jean A Marmo

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    The center of our town has a dam with a river flowlingover it. there are walks and a gazebo – just so pretty!

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  • Pam in New Jersey

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    Nat, Love the colors in your sketch. My town in South Jersey is only one mile long by one mile wide. We have one traffic light. Not too much traffic like Jersey City has but not as easy to visit New York City. Take care.

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      How fun- only one traffic light! Less traffic is good – it is crazy here! :)

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  • angel_painter

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    You sound so homesick! Yikes!

    My city in NC is special because of the people.

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      I am not sure where you get this from in this post? Not at all so far…maybe when the holiday season comes.

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  • Jenny Palmer

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    Hi Nat
    Love your sketch.
    What represents my town for me is I have Tasmania’s biggest waterfall and the rainforest and mountains with snow even at this time of year
    it is almost summer here in Australia
    the wallabies and possums, echidnas wombat and Tassie devils and the snakes in fact all of the the wildlife and cradle mountain world heritage area

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      • Jenny Palmer

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        My Dear Nat
        You would always be welcome

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