ALL SEASONS – SUN AND SHADE

14 thoughts on “ALL SEASONS – SUN AND SHADE”

  1. I think painting the moving water is a great challenge, whether breakers at the seashore or cascading waterfalls. Sorry I was late for the party. I have my reminder set for Saturday instead of Sunday so need to fix it!

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  2. It’s almost like I can hear the water bursting over the rocks. Splash! Splash! We’re hiking in Big Sur tomorrow, I hope we come across a waterfall. Splash, splash! Cheers, Jesh!

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  3. Beautiful shots. Glad you took your camera with you on the plein air outing. I would have to have shady spot. I don’t mind the heat but direct sun just wilts me.

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  4. I’m sure outdoor painting is much harder and you still have all the painting stuff to lug around, I can’t imagine that and taking photos too. I love the orange flower, especially with the spider web on it.

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  5. Yes, those shadows in late afternoon can be quite annoying. Wish I had the interest to go out early in the morning. I am always up very early, but the idea to get dressed and head out alludes me.

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  6. Great shots of sun and shade. The waterfalls of Yosemite Park must be breathtaking. I’m just reading an artist biography where she paints ‘en plain air’ – the same problems as you, over a hundred years ago!

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  7. Nice collection of sunny and shady spots for the occasion.
    In fact, I find sun and shade both quite strange and difficult to handle sometimes. On dark and cloudy days I am often longing for sun. And then, when it’s summer and the sun shines all day long, that can be so tiring … Some darkness and shadow can be so welcome then … 😉

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