It was more of a path than a road.
Never tell anyone that the most colourful sunsets happen because of pollution. Apparently that really takes the romance away from the moment.
In the quiet moments just before the rush of the day takes over, everything seems possible.
There are places everyone likes to return to now and again, it keeps them “Grounded”. Today’s painting is of one of those places. The painting itself is from a number of years ago and I don’t have a very good picture of it, so please excuse the quality of the shot.
This is an older watercolour. It is a view looking across the river towards the village of Gagetown in New Brunswick.
One of the great things to do on P.E.I. is to find a vantage point where you’re able to look across the patchwork landscape toward the shore; it can take your breath away (simple pleasures).
Anyone who plays a certain four lettered game always wants to have “A Good Start”.