So I was out walking the other day with my wife. Our neighborhood has a nice little walk track that meanders through some woods, exits near some open fields, and then around part of our cookie cutter suburb. While you don't see many kids out nowadays, you sometimes see evidence that they exist. A tricycle in the yard. A few toys. Sometimes sidewalk chalk drawings.
Now, usually the drawings are cute. Little stick figures. Suns with happy faces. Flowers. But when we were walking down in front of some of the houses, we came across this:
Wow. All I could think of was the parent saying 'Would you like to draw some pretty flowers, or our house, or some fluffy clouds?' And the kids saying 'Nah, I want to do a replica of stained glass window art from a 13th century Gothic Cathedral.'
It takes a lot to impress me. And it isn't hard to see how it was done. But you have to admit, that's some pretty darn ambitious sidewalk chalk art.