Today’s image is an etching from a number of years ago. In it posts line up like weathered sentinels along the Fundy shoreline. There they stand on guard, in an attempt to protect the shoreline from the awesome power of the Fundy tide.
We are living inside the snow globe now! “Snow Birch” presents the skeletal magnificence of a tree, there on pristine display against the icy whiteness on a January day.
The weather outside today is icy and cool, and so is today’s image. It is a painting of the west coast of Canada, and was made a few years ago after a family trip from Vancouver to Alaska.
Remember those warm hazy days in August?
As all Canadians know “Winter is Coming”.
Today’s watercolour is from a trip to Newfoundland I took quite a few years ago. If you ever get a chance to travel to Newfoundland you should go. Its landscape and people are among Canada’s most beautiful.
Today’s watercolour is a sketch of a train bridge pier on the Oromocto River in New Brunswick.