100 days in cleveland

i'm trying to draw a picture of something i like about cleveland every day for 100 days.

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Day 58/100
Blossom Music Center (continued!)
I haven’t drawn the hundreds of people that fill up this large, grassy lawn, but you can count on seeing them for every non-rainy night at Blossom. People bring lawn chairs, blankets, and baskets full of wine and food to picnic before and during the performance. Here’s a tip: bring water. A bottle of water costs $5 at the concession stand!When the sun goes down you can look up and see all the stars that you wouldn’t due normally spot to light pollution in the city. On rainy nights everyone crowds under the pavilion (there are plenty of open seats for lawn ticket holders). Amazingly enough, there are still a few brave souls out on the lawn decked out in ponchos and under their tiny umbrellas. I wonder if they love being wet or if they don’t know that they can sit in the pavilion? If you like bats, sometimes you can spot them flying around the rafters of the pavilion. If you don’t like bats, don’t look up.I need to add that I prefer Blossom to the Hollywood Bowl, which I grew up going to. There’s just so much more green here =)

Day 58/100

Blossom Music Center (continued!)

I haven’t drawn the hundreds of people that fill up this large, grassy lawn, but you can count on seeing them for every non-rainy night at Blossom. People bring lawn chairs, blankets, and baskets full of wine and food to picnic before and during the performance. Here’s a tip: bring water. A bottle of water costs $5 at the concession stand!
When the sun goes down you can look up and see all the stars that you wouldn’t due normally spot to light pollution in the city. On rainy nights everyone crowds under the pavilion (there are plenty of open seats for lawn ticket holders). Amazingly enough, there are still a few brave souls out on the lawn decked out in ponchos and under their tiny umbrellas. I wonder if they love being wet or if they don’t know that they can sit in the pavilion? If you like bats, sometimes you can spot them flying around the rafters of the pavilion. If you don’t like bats, don’t look up.
I need to add that I prefer Blossom to the Hollywood Bowl, which I grew up going to. There’s just so much more green here =)

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