This is the shortest-time plein air painting I have ever made. Altogether it took barely two hours, including setup. It is the view from my window. I didn't turn on lights lest the colors in the scene look different. I started at 2 PM yesterday. By 4 PM I was utterly unable to discriminate between colors. Only the difference in value could I tell. I blocked in large chunks of color before I handle details. The cars didn't look much different in color as the dusk was falling. I simply did it like slicing a loaf of bread and then touched here and there to show different planes. The scene appears like a forking road, but actually not. On the slope, the left-hand road comes down from Forest Park while right-side road is Union Turnpike, coming uphill. I had to stop painting when it was totally dark inside.