Beautiful! I love the texture of the paint too
Hi Kathy! Always amazed to see you here with everything else that you do!!The texture, and of course the colours, is what attracted me right off the bat.Have a great weekend.
Our weekend will be quite mild! I hope it is for you, too, Jim. As long as it's not raining, I hope to go on a photo shoot in the country!
Ours is predicted to be the same Martha.....with tons of rain I hear! Ever tried taking photos in the car when it is raining? All sorts of effects you can get. Have fun and I hope you get to the country.
Just lovely, the colors are so warm I'm sure those freezing right now will appreciate them. Here it's 20F in the morning, 60F during the day. A huge difference in temps and still very dry. I'm off to read about Halifax now. I'm so mad, I have forgotten the name of that really good book I read about the explosion. I wanted to include it on my best books list, but it's gone from my memory. Not the story, just the name.
Wish it was 60F/20C here all the time! My fav temperature.There are so many books about this city and particularly about the explosion. Hope you remember it. A local woman, Janet Kimber, wrote 'Shattered City' a few years ago. Good luck in remembering Inger.Have a great weekend in all that balmy weather!!lol
It's supposed to be in the 50s tomorrow (with a lot of rain) after a week of bitterly cold weather.This is typical New England. That picture captures the light so well.And a happy belated birthday to Ron!
Ron thanks you for the birthday wishes, Coop.You know, I think being in such close proximity of the ocean affects our weather extremes here and New England.Thanks for stopping by.
The golden glow that the low slanting sun sends to objects in the house is magical. It was caught quite well in the painting. Nice look!
Thanks Sthis.haron. I hope it has warmed up for you....a bit.Yes, I just had to photograph
Thanks for the glow and the flowers! It's trying to blow me away here in Breckenridge. Stay warm. (I think I need some purple boots!)
LOL! I think Sophie can spare them Barb!Hold on tight against that wind and think 'warm thoughts'.
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.