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Tuesday, April 8, 2008

April 8th, 2008 - Miss Doodle in NYC - Visual Memory

Miss Doodle is very busy taking pictures and had no time to transmit to us more than this little quick sketch she did yesterday. Visual memory is playing tricks with her.

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Miss Doodle ist so mit Fotografieren beschäftigt, dass sie uns nur diese schnelle Skizze geschickt hat, die gestern entstand. Es geht Miss Doodle wie allen anderen Menschen dort und hier: das visuelle Erinnerungsvermögen spielt ihr einen Streich!

14 comments:

sukipoet said...

ah Miss Doodle. You are so cute there in the corner. But what is missing??? Hmmm.....

Cestandrea said...

Suki, yes this sketch is a bit sloppy, and one can't really distinguish the twin towers Miss Doodle absentmindedly draw. I didn't want to cross them out, because that hurts, so I put the "cut out here" marks around them...

Hopper said...

yeah... it isn't exactly WHERE'S WALDO... that's not the only thing that's missing...

Cestandrea said...

Ok Hopper, (sigh) I think I will have to remind Miss Doodle to give us a picture with correctly painted landmarks from this perspective...
(What do you mean with Where's Waldo?)

Cestandrea said...

Just understood what Waldo means:) In fact, Miss Doodle did the sketching while in the underground, its a wild sketch, I admit, but we do not claim exactitude here:)
Miss Doodle's secretary

Lynn said...

I saw the "missing" twin towers immediately and yes, "badly missing" is right.
Such a sad event in our current history.
But important for Ms Doodle to take in all the sights there in NYC. Another well done sketch.

Cris in Oregon said...

Oh I saw the twin towers right away. I liked the sketch. They were there and are now sadly missing but I think it is a tribute to them being there once. We wouldnt want to forget them.

Kim said...

Yes, right away it was noted the Twin Towers were missing! I like this view and your rendition of the skyline, Miss Doodle! It is perfect...truly a perfect sketch of what NYC means to you as an artist!

Excellent work and a great honor to have you remember, too!

human being said...

I loved the way you put the twin towers there encircled with a cut-out-here mark.
Think it emphasizes the fact that They cannot be erase from the history and the memory of people.

human being said...

sorry: cannot be erased

Jill Smith said...

The picture was great Andrea and loved the dashes to cut round.
Miss Doodle looks as if she is having a wonderfull time, hope she is looking after you.
One of your blog friends came to see me this morning which was wonderfull and loves bright colours to,
Jill

Hopper said...

you are cordially invited to participate in a poetry game beginning tomorrow... please think on the line:

We walk a seven day mile...

hope you'd like to play along...

cricket...

sukipoet said...

Well I guess i feel pretty dumb. It took me awhile to know. But I swear the scissors and dotted lines weren't there when I first looked. Can i use as an excuse that a storm window-- heavy glass and wood, fell on my head y'day and my brain is a bit traumatized?

Cestandrea said...

Oh Suki don't feel dumb!!!!, it's just a sloppy sketch! At first I didn't want to post it at all because it was, well, so doodled:) but then I thought, Heck I like it, (I like that word, from Kim:) although it doesn't look like NYC
love
Miss Doodle's secretary