Rocky Beach, Sunset – Watercolour
Towards Tormain Woods – Watercolour
Looking towards the local wooded area. This is the opposite view from a recent painting
Sycamore next to the Bridge Inn – Watercolour
Still waiting for more wintry conditions to paint. Not much snow these days so this is from a photograph taken three years ago. This old tree grows at the side of the bridge over the canal in Ratho.The tree can be seen in one of today’s shots from our afternoon walk
Spring? Already? – Watercolour
Despite some frost there are signs of spring already. These include the shoots of the farm’s next crop. buds on trees and birdsong in the local woods. Its only 16th of January.
Coire Sputan Dearg – Watercolour
This cliff, in the Cairngorms, is where a climber fell 800 ft on Sunday – and survived. One lucky guy!
Lime trees, Winter evening – Watercolour
Lime trees get their name from the old English “Linden”. They were planted as decorative trees in many cities and are said to withstand urban pollution better than most species. The wood, which is called “basswood” in America, is one of the best timbers for carving