Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Walk Nine – Pudlers Wood



This is what I call ‘the minimum walk’. It is exactly a mile there as measured on Robin’s cycle computer and is for when I know I’m too busy to walk further. I walked down the High Street, left through Pound Farm and up Pound Farm Lane – which is a track that only horses, tractors and farm vehicles use. I walked past Langley Wood and sat on the side of the track to draw the woods ahead. The Ordnance Survey map names the wood to the right Well Wood, but it’s known locally as Pudler’s Wood.

8 Comments:

Blogger Alison said...

You had a lovely day for walking and sketching. I like the composition here - the straight track going a little to the left works well.

1:16 am  
Blogger Katherine said...

Got to agree with Alison - nice composition. I had a go at 'exercise and walk' yesterday - but left the pedemeter at home! ;)

7:18 am  
Blogger pedalpower said...

This is beautiful...I love the little touches of blue in the foliage.

8:39 am  
Blogger Brenda said...

What is within walking distance where you live is beautiful! I'm loving these drawings and paintings, maps and posts of your journies.

1:46 pm  
Blogger Freiluftmaler said...

Hello,
thanks to Katherine I was directed here. I like this blog a lot and I am curious to see which "way" it will go over time.
It seems that there is a new movement coming up..skip your nordic walking sticks and start out with a sketchbook ! There is such a lot of potential in this activity.

After long last I have added FEEDBLITZ to my blogs to serve my little audience better.
I would be very interested in an email subscription of your blog...can you add such a feature ???
greetings from Germany
Martin

3:02 pm  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

It was a lovely day. And, heaven be praised, I was sans toddler so able to focus a little better. Brenda we have our share of less attractive bits too (some of which nevertheless might still make good subject matter). Martin, I'll look into it, though it might be a while as I am snowed under at the moment with paid work and other commitments.

9:08 pm  
Blogger Linda said...

Great painting! Beautiful place, too. :-)

11:43 am  
Blogger Jim said...

Nice watercolour! I am going to try to get into doing some watercolour paintings myself.

8:07 pm  

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