It is a beautiful photo.
Hi Robin, This photo is tricky I think, because of its greyness. I look forward to seeing this.
Do you feel the sereneness, Hallie? hope so.Mark, I am more focused on light and dark (not the grey). I feel like I will be more challenged capturing the feeling of serenity (creating turbulence with encaustic paint seems to come more natural). Maybe next week I can get started. Thanks for the comment.
Beautiful photo. I'm sure you will do something wonderful with it. I look forward to seeing it.
It is a beautiful photo. Obviously you are very connected to nature-- it feeds your soul.
I think the greatest invention ever was the cell phone with camera, I never used to have a camera when I saw something special in the course of a day and now I am never without it. (maybe its the worst invention ever!) I don't want to rush my next painting Eva, that is why I am waiting to get started. Stay tuned!Pam, I am in love with the earth, and more recently, the sea and sky... in new ways, all because I am making time to look. As an aside to my comment on your blog, I lost my Dad (over 20 yrs ago, not my mom) to cancer and when he passed it was peaceful, and time. But my heart still aches when I think of him and I miss him and my eyes tear and I think that's ok.