FALL – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

Outside our house, along the road, are sycamore trees and against a bright blue sky they recently displayed a vitality I felt compelled to capture in paint. They looked good, despite the problem of all the seeds that come down with the leaves, leaving me with a year-long task of uprooting seedlings as they emerge.

Now, after a few autumn gales, the title should be Fell – but the display was good whilst it lasted, though I notice bunches of seed heads still hanging onto the otherwise bare trees, taunting me with their presence.

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10 thoughts on “FALL – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

  1. Nice Tree, most of the leaves are off here now, but I got excellent fall pictures this year, all of September and October. Plus I got this new albeit cheap (Freezeproof and Waterproof Camera) for this winter. I am planning on doing some snowshoing and cross country skiing this winter.

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