Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Storm Approach


Daily Practice
Rains are continuing this week. Standing behind the Arboretum one can see past some woodland trees and shrubs to a wee spot of red in the distance, white roof and dark spire ... this is the view we see when we're at the edges of Arboretum property ... a neighborhood church in the distance ... and this week, storm clouds making their way across the sky.

9 comments:

Teri C said...

It looks like a gorgeous place Lin. Beautifully done.

Joan said...

Your arboretum offers such great views to paint. Lovely!!!!

Teresa said...

What a great sky! So open, airy and colorful. Great job!

africantapestry said...

I couldn't wait to catch glimpse of what you've done in all these weeks and as expected...SO much and beautiful as always! I love your sky practices, very atmospheric. You are inspiring me too, all those colours in the sky aren't easy to interprete and you've done a great job!
Ronell

Sandy said...

Ahh the sky is so dramatic when a storm brews and so surreal after as the sun peek through - this is a lovely view and the sky is majestic.

Thaysse Morgana said...

Hey Lin!
How are you?

Last time I came to your blog was Sunday morning. I left you a comment asking if I could use some of your skecthing in the template of my website. I waited for your reply, but I guess (I may be wrong) that maybe you thought it was a spam or something like it. So I came back to let you know it wasn't a spam.

Is there anyway I can be notified of your approval or denial for permission to use them? Is there anyway you could write a comment here to let me know? Sorry, I don't have a blog, and last time I gave you my email. But I understand if you wish not to write me in form of an email.

Sincerely,
Thaysse.

Carol C said...

Lin, This is beautiful!!! Another winner....you are putting them out pretty regularly now!--Carol C

Lin said...

Thaysse --



Thaysse -- I sent a note to you last week -- but didn't hear from you -- I don't know what you mean by 'template' ... and I"m uncertain what you are asking to do....



Lin

Anonymous said...

Ooh, so nice. I always love to hear "about" the place as well as see your lovely compositions. This one just looks like a storm coming. And I love the perspective on this one too!
Hugs,
Lorraine