A Boy And His Dog
Larry Whitler last edited by
When we were children we knew things that we only remember now that we are older. We knew the feel of the grass. We knew the smell of dirt. We knew the bristly nuzzle of a dog's snout and the wetness of a dog's nose. We picked weeds and gave them as flowers, we caught grasshoppers and named them, and we drank from the garden hose.
I wanted to capture some of that in an illustration so, here it is. I called it, quite simply, "A Boy And His Dog."
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