Saturday, May 06, 2006

Walk Twelve – Raining on Ayres End

Another quick walk and sketch with added raindrops. If it’s this difficult to draw in May what’s it going to be like in December? The bluebells in Langley Wood are perfect for tomorrow (my annual bluebell lunch where friends come to eat and then enjoy the bluebells).


Blogger Katherine said...

Very Van Gogh!

Have you noticed how I am a self-confessed "fair weather walker"?

12:39 am  
Blogger Shelly McC said...

Great drawings! I would love to join you in this quest but I don't like the weather here (in Melbourne, Australia - wet and cold) at the moment! I suppose I could draw the view from my treadmill!!

1:01 am  
Blogger Alison said...

Coming tp your blog is like spending a few moments in England every day. The lie of the land is just so different from here. Only in Tasmania could you get a view like this. The scale in Australia is just so much greater. This drawing reminds me of walking in wellies, along farm tracks with pockets stuffed with rosehips or biting through the mud into a crisp turnip :) I am doing my drawings but blogger isn't working for me. I think I'll have to wait til Monday for the engineers to sort it out.

11:06 am  
Blogger pedalpower said...

A bluebell lunch...what a wonderful idea!! I really like this drawing and your rolling hills.

6:31 am  
Blogger Julie Oakley said...

Katherine and Shelly, the only reason that I'm prepared to brave the elements is that there's no contest when I'm given the choice of nature, even in the wet and cold, or our local gym with daytime TV, loud blaring music and the smell of sweaty bodies.
Alison hope your computer problems get sorted and welcome to England - bloody marvellous, the Internet. Pedalpower, we're so lucky having this glorious bluebell wood so close to us.

10:09 am  

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