The transit of Venus is one of the rarest Astronomical events that can be observed, some generations do not even have the opportunity to even observe it . . . they occur in a pattern that repeats every 243 years, with pairs of transits eight years apart separated by long gaps of 121.5 years and 105.5 years . . . Historically, it provided us with a means to measure the distance from the Earth to the Sun through an astronomical effect known as Parallax.
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What has passed is past, and there is nothing you can do about it . . .
This is pretty much how I’ve been feeling lately, there is the potential of an amazing future, but to get there I need to take a giant leap forward. This expression is the exact moment you realize you have made it to the other side Alive and try to steal a peek at what it was you actually jumped over.
I have started doing morning sketching exercises again to get my day started … for this, I am returning to finish older sketches from years ago …
The wonderful thing about this process I am finding is that in my mind I recall how much I struggled with those sketches and now years later I can observe exactly how much more efficient and quicker my ability has become.
As an artist one needs to constantly be reassessing their work, process and practice. This is a great exercise to do that …