We were on our way to Passover dinner and stopped at Hadar Josef, a neighborhood of Tel-Aviv, where we lived 38 years ago. We tried to locate our old apartment but between the tremendous remodeling and our fading memories, we were not certain that we located the exact building.
Another difference between then and now is the greenery is more mature and lush, which we definitely enjoyed when we stopped in the now shady neighborhood park for a sketch and a drink. I thought to capture the bright sunlight, deep shade and depth of the park as a way of noticing Earth Day.
This is a black sharpie marker and watercolor sketch on multimedia paper.