East North East
When I travel or sketch on site, I take minimal items with me, usually those that can fit in a pocket easily. My most common companions are a mechanical pencil, a technical pen and a sketch and wash pencil and waterbrush. I can make notes about colour if needed and add it back in the studio.
Sometimes I take some watercolour pencils, but usually just want the grey scale version of what's in front of me. This was the case when I did this sketch. It was a windy day, but in a sheltered cove, and the waves provided a constant pattern breaking on the shore line. From the shelter of the car, I did this sketch and wash that may have potential for a painting. It is about 3 x 6 on watercolour paper.