Friday, November 25, 2011

Pear Migration


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Today, Black Friday, instead of joining the shopping masses, we drove out to the coast with the idea of taking a photo for the Marine Christmas card. It turned into a complete disaster because SOMEONE (I'm not naming names) forgot not only the tripod, but the memory card as well. It was a gorgeous day, and we consoled ourselves by collecting rocks. Ok ... it was all me, dang it - I forgot the stuff and I collected rocks. My poor guys.

8 comments:

Roger Ã…kesson said...

Lovely as usual. Not sure why, but feel somehow a little different than previous paintings. Smaller brush or more paint? Feel more detailed somehow.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

BUT you all had a great day, and have a nice memory for yourselves! :D
You do so much, Carol, don't beat yourself up. There's always today!

Brenda Ferguson said...

Love, love, love!!!

Robie Benve said...

Haha, David, you are a Saint! But she's so darn good that we love her no matter what. :)

Dana said...

I love the colors in the shadows of your migrating pears, Carole... and your clever ruse to get back over to the coast for another gorgeous day of collecting rocks!

Lee Smith said...

I could swear the blue in that shadow is lighter than the cloth. It's just much more intense. I had to look at it in black and white to convince myself. Far out! As usual.

Kim said...

Nice! And love what's happening between the fork tines. As for the card - it had a perfect outcome according to the DPW News ; ) Cheers and Happy Holidays to you!

showtimeart.com said...

Interesting colour combination.I like it.