I'm very late getting started on April blog posts. This post was sort of another experiment. I was studying a favorite artist's watercolors and for at least one piece, he started with abstract watercolor washes and shapes. So when the paint-out group met at the Oaklawn Bridge I started out with an abstract first stage. The home on the hill that I could barely see through the foliage would be okay if it was a little abstract. It was a chilly morning, and fun to see the Metro Rail trains going by. My previous piece at the Oaklawn Bridge was Greene Brothers' Only Bridge.