Painting has always made me happy. Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
Hi, Ann, A "cat's eye" is nice! (Recently, I seriously studied about camera work for film making in order to enrich my illustration. Do ye kne? Many famous picture book illustrators can make movies, too.) Best wishes, Sadami
That sounds interesting Sadami. Hope you will blog post. Thanks so much for stopping by.
A tantalizing view brilliantly caught on camera. Hugs Mrs A.
I love this one!
A that angle the daisies look huge and otherworldly
Thank you for stopping by yesterday and your kind words on "Move". I love your pretty photo and it makes me miss my Shasta Daisies. They all died and I was too lazy to plant more this year. I used to be quite the gardener, but now I just paint and never want to work outside anymore...unless I am painting on the patio. Have a great wordless day. :)
Hi Lisa, we have that with our garden. Sometimes we loose things and leave that area, then all of a sudden we decide to sort it out, just as the mood takes us :)
I have heard of a birds eye view but never a cats eye view..:) Lovely photo. Our shasta's were gorgeous this year but have all been deadheaded till next year. unless some little shoots decided to bloom which can happen.
I think I've made the 'cat's eye view' up, but it sort of explains the angle, lol :)
Love this angle! ♥
Lovely photo! I love the brush you posted below. It has such a great point and is perfect for the tree limbs and grasses you did. I've never seen one like that.
It is unusual Joan. It wasn't exactly the brush I had hoped for at first, but so glad I tried it again and found a good use for it.
Oh beautiful photo ~ I do love daisies ~ Hope you are still sketching and painting ~ Happy Weekend !
Beautiful flowers - now where's the cat!!!!Sandy
haha...he was avoiding the lurcher that lives here, lol :)