We were out at Topanga again, this time to pick up my painting from the gallery. Our last time in Topanga probably for a while. I like the hippie dip vibe up there and the country feeling but I don’t know how people live on those crazy roads where I always feel like I’m taking my life in my hands. Anyways, I liked this scene at the entry to the Topanga State Park. It ordinarily wouldn’t look like much but since I was hunting for something to paint, I liked the road and the green of the grass and the aerial perspective color shifts and the shape of the sky left by the trees. After, we went to the town area, and into a little “artisanal food” store, where a juice was $12. But they wound up telling us about how cashews grow and how they eat them in Viet Nam and showed us a beautiful image of them on the computer. It was worth the money for the “high vibration” experience.