|The Sketchbook Project 2011, page 14 by Cari-Jane Hakes|
|The Sketchbook Project 2011, page 15 by Cari-Jane Hakes|
|The Sketchbook Project 2011, pages 14 & 15 by Cari-Jane Hakes|
"because if she could not sleep in a strange new place she would be able to listen to the Shipping Forecast. Its rhythmical cadence of mapped quadrants* always rocked her to sleep. *(except 'humber' which was a resolute pentagon.)"
(I also spotted this very fine fellow in the Men's Toast catalogue and felt he should be included here. To my mind he looks like he is surveying a particularly nasty swell. With the gale warning ringing in his ears he hopes 'it will lose its identity' and so he gathers his courage and departs to brave the rigours of the sea in search of fish.)
|taken from AW10 TOAST|