Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Walk Fifteen – Misty morning





I love the way that the mist strips out all the detail so that the scenery is reduced to flat layers, with more and more colour leached out, the further away the distance. The man (with dog) coming towards me had the most beautiful chubby baby in his backpack

7 Comments:

Blogger Hashi said...

Oh my Julie ... this is absolutely gorgeous!

2:51 pm  
Blogger pedalpower said...

So beautiful...I love the variety in your drawings...pencil, watercolor, pen and ink.

10:09 pm  
Blogger Linda T said...

I'm enjoying your walks!! These are really nice and varied.

4:22 am  
Blogger Alison said...

Yes, this is beautiful and I love the placing on the page. Now about the cold - I have been comparing your weather stats and ours. Interestingly, we have the same average rainfall only we are in severe drought and actually hardly have any these days. Our average minimum temperatures are about the same but we often have clear winter skies which give us very cold nights -4/-5 but mean we warm up quicker during the day than you. We are at 2000 feet altitude which also has a big effect. On Monday when I was out walking, it was 7.0 degrees and windy - coat weather! :)

4:47 am  
Blogger Marie-Dom said...

Another absolutely beautiful piece. So very atmospheric. I love the way you have handled the graphite.
MD

7:52 am  
Blogger Jim said...

Very nice! looks like you did this in a moleskine.

8:04 pm  
Blogger Drivin' in my car said...

Yeah Baby!

1:02 am  

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