Peeking Jug Handle Beach

Yesterday, it was cloudy day.

I went to morning walk to Nagasawa Park.

Several people and children were fishing and walking.

Geese were honking. And it seemed all geese in Nagasawa Park appeared on the lake and flocking together. I counted them; there were twenty-nine and two babies.

According to Simple English Wikipedia: A male goose is called a “gander” and a baby goose is called a “gosling”. A group of geese is called a “gaggle”.

But I love to call them babies.


I got home. I started painting. 100 percent of my energy focused for painting all day.

A cloudy day is one of good days.



578. Peeking Jug Handle Beach watercolor painting by Mariko Irie

This painting is a scene of foggy day at Jug Handle Beach CA.

I love this painting so much.


Have a good day.

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