Tag Archives: colors

Sunset, Golden Glow


Have you ever seen the sun setting over land casting a golden glow?  To me, views like that are incredibly gorgeous and wakes up my senses.  Recently I came across an image of the sun setting over a field in … Continue reading

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Paint What You See, Not What You Think is There


Is this a difficult concept to master, or what?  Well I just learned once again why it sounds so easy but can sometimes be so difficult to do.  There’s a lot written and taught about this concept dealing with colors, … Continue reading

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Autumn Pathway


Don’t you love finding quiet pathways where you can wander about and enjoy some down time, especially during the Autumn months.  As if on cue, Mother Nature gives us a gift every Fall sprinkling magical colors here and there making … Continue reading

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Morning Glory


Autumn is such a wonderful time of the year – the colors, sounds of rustling leaves and for me, that familiar smell and feel of changing weather.  Here in Texas our autumn is taking place now; the leaves aren’t as … Continue reading

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Mist on the Moors


For a long time I’ve been attracted to unique atmospheres that photographers and painters capture when they work with marshes, wetlands and moors.  These special places are mysterious, sometimes quiet, can be dark, at times brimming with nature’s life, and … Continue reading

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