This could very well be a " Landscape quilt ", perfect for fabric layers. I can see it taking shape already.
I ought to commission you to make it, Jean! As if you have the time to take on something like this.I know, I could do this too! I will take your advice and 'file' it under potential quilt projects'.Thanks. And so happy to hear things are on the up and up.
I so love the works of art you create. And I love Nancy J's inspiration taken from this.
And I love the compliments too, Mitchell. As you are aware, I am sure, when I pass or see something that hits me between the eyeballs, I have no choice but to 'capture' it. I cannot walk on by.......as Dionne Warwick once said.
A very serene view Jim! I love the tint you have used.
I was as serene as it looks here, Craig. Very calm. I used an edit called 'Cross Process' which is on Picasa.
Picasa really is an excellent tool for a free programme, I love it!
Great shot, Jim! And I'm so with you on appreciating the colour after a long winter.
Thanks Martha. I know, what a treat for the eyes after months of WHITE!
It sure is, Pat. I am happy we 'discovered' this spot last year.
"Banook" must be a native word, eh? Do you know what it means?
Banook is a Mi'kmaq word meaning 'First Lake'...in the Shubenacadie Canal system in Dartmouth.
You're a fount of knowledge -- thanks!
Lovely shot, notice the waves change next to the decking. I like it!
Oh yes, that decking/wharf acts as a barrier to stop/control the rough water near the beach.
That dock is compelling! This composition has powerful horizontal lines harpooned with color! Nicely done, Jim!
Lovely composition jim, and yes love those colors of spring and soon to be summer!
Hi Y'all!Oh what a beautiful spring like photo.Y'all come on by,Hawk aka BrownDoghttp://www.browndogcbr.net
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.