Friday, August 29, 2014

Cutting Across the Meadow Again

Another single day off, and it's a cool, clear, dry day, so while running my usual single day off errands I cut across the upland meadow in the Dykeman Spring Nature Park because I knew there'd be an unusually clear view of Blue Mountain up there in this weather. I wasn't wrong. And the meadow itself was looking good, too. Enjoy!

The hay road in the meadow winding its way up the hill
A view of Blue Mountain from the meadow
A view of Blue Mountain from the meadow
Rolling hills - a view of the meadow and beyond
© 2014 by A. Roy Hilbinger 

5 comments:

  1. That's gorgeous! It's nice to have that humidity gone, isn't it?

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  2. Love these - a bit different to see you posting wide open spaces. Would you allow me to use the first one (with the tree and curving road) as a reference for a painting?

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    1. Sure, go ahead. The shot I got of this in late Fall/early Winter reminds me of a Wyeth painting.

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  3. I'll post it soon as it's done - and thank you so very much!

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