Fresh and windy, but I hunkered down next to a wall and got some cover. Wind from the North-west making little white caps on the sea, and bringing in some nice foamy white breakers on the rocks, for a change. The sky as usual, a play between mauve/ultramarine and cobalt/yellow....so I did both, ha! I could see a bank of clouds moving in from the south, so I knew this would not be a leisurely affair.
Apologies to the guy who was watching me for about 20 minutes, and started up a conversation...you caught me as I was struggling to position my easel for a photo, and losing my footing on the rocks. It was a precarious moment, I had my hands full, and you wanted to show me a photo of your first acrylic painting on your cell phone. Actually, I would have apprceiated more a helping hand at that exact moment, so all my gear didn't blow away! Anyway, by the time I had stabilized the situation, you had walked off in the huff, sorry about that. Hey next time, if the wind's not blowing a gale, and my easel isn't falling over, I'd be happy top give you an impromptu aesthetic opinion. :-)