An impression of a particularly warm and sunny day back in October.
Falling Water – Watercolour
Although this might suggest a large waterfall it is, in reality, just a large puddle with lots of Autumn debris lying close by.
Autumn Brings Oktoberfest
A collage page in my ‘Chronicle’ sketchbook celebrating some of my favorite beers of the season (so far).
Autumn Colours – Watercolour
Although our trees are not as spectacular, in their Autumn colours, as in other places (e.g. the “Fall” in USA) we can sometimes get a decent show. This is part of the shoreline of Loch Tay in Perthshire near the village of Killin. There are not many bright reds and oranges in our Autumn trees but this particular area can boast quite a variety of native hard-woods as well as the ubiquitous conifers. The further north one travels, the more the conifers take over so this is a kind of boundary country. Well work visiting – when its not too wet.
A page inspired by the first day that really felt like autumn. Gray skies, cool winds, diffuse sunlight; it was wonderful.