Yes I could…with pleasure.
This comment was left on my blog after my last post: Puppets and Dragons.
“It makes you wonder about the “real sightings” of dragons.
On this black windy night we have just been for a walk. Fast dark clouds race across the face of the moon, twisted branches of bare trees flicker in the intermittent light. It’s easy to stumble, to lose your way, to misinterpret the wind shearing through the branches for something else. In a flash of moonlight did I see a small dragon twisting itself around the spire of our village church?…Who knows.”
“you could draw us – the small dragon – on your church spire….”
I am not one to shrink from a challenge. This is for you Diana, my faithful blog reader!
The pencil sketch
The ink sketch.
Ahh black and white heaven. There is nothing this girl likes better than getting out the black ink and the old dip pen
Dragon on the Spire of All Saints Grafham …. almost done…
I was just going to post this when I realised the small dragon seemed to be looking for something. But there is nothing there. To land on an unknown church spire on a dark winter night seemed a lonely prospect, so I added a welcoming figure.
A Small Dragon seen on the the spire of All Saints Grafham Cambs. Recorded faithfully by Val Littlewood on the 15th Dec 2013
Happy Solstice to you all….