The other day I’m eating in a trolley bus, in a backpack are paint cans and a bright sweater. It is drizzling outside the window - such is St. Petersburg spring! It's time for the opening of the season. The sun has already hatched somewhere, behind me is the Nevskaya Guba, and under my feet there are coils that replace the stepladder. Again, I dare to draw!
Many thanks to the space of sevcableport, for the kindly provided place for creativity!
Pink cat and reels, April 2018
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