The Minimally Artistic Art of Instant Minimalist Art: Grey Ocean.

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Good Evening:

Seems that a lot of people associate grey with boring, dull, uninteresting. I don’t. Nature doesn’t seem to think so, either, so I had an opportunity to add to my collection of Instant Minimalist Art during my Saturday morning visit to the Sutro Baths.

Grey Study 0249: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

Grey Study 0249: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

Grey Study 0307: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

Grey Study 0307: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

Grey Study 0276: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

Grey Study 0276: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

Seems like Nature does better minimalist art than I can. In fact, I can’t get much more minimalist than this:

Grey Study 0044: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

Grey Study 0044: Ocean Beach, San Francisco, 2 February 2013

I hope you find my curious interest curiously interesting.

Vonn Scott Bair

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5 responses »

  1. Hi Vonn,
    Minimalist can be a challenge in itself.
    Mother nature is a great model for many things 🙂
    Happy weekend.

    P.S. I was on OB with my hubby. We saw the surfers 🙂

    • xpat92: San Francisco is perhaps the most northernmost large city in America that enjoys a Mediterranean climate. At Ocean Beach, that means the waves are not a huge challenge, but the cold water is! Vonn Scott Bair

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