This lazy October river shows no resemblance to the raging muddy torrent that we often see in the spring, or the icebound ribbon it is in winter. Like everything else here, this beautiful river has it’s seasons. I particularly love it in the fall, when it clears up and the turquoise of it’s mountain sources returns to glint against the gold and red of the fall grass and foliage.
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I have been checking your blog almost everyday since I met you at the Esplanade. You are an inspiration. I am going to dive back into watercolor painting. I especially like your fall tree paintings with pen and ink. You said the daily paintings are really improving your skills. I really have noticed an evolution of your people! Your last painting of your friend with the twinkle in his eye and the great moustache really shows that evolution. Thanks for having the courage to share your talents with the public.