Monday, January 11, 2010

Monday, Jan. 11

It's a red level day today. Salt Lake City has the unfortunate location of being surrounded by mountains, so all the bad air gets trapped in the valley in what they call an inversion. The cold air just sinks to the bottom trapping all the pollution and the warm air just on top about a thousand feet up. It's below freezing at the bottom, but sunny and warm up higher. My wife wonders why we live here!

I worked on th waves again today, bringing more high lights into them and trying to define the waves better. It all needs more work, but maybe I'll paint in the figures tomorrow and give the water a rest for now.

Richard Boyer

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