a draft I kept for a while… as I had to stop MOPS in recent weeks..
MOPS is back and what a great day we had… When I started painting the tree I had to stand right beside it and it seemed as if it was the only tree around.. by the time I finished there was a complete forest around us. Visit our MOPS blog and enjoy some great photos also, but meantime enjoy the ‘One Tree’
Often I put a painting or two in my post and make a small comment about it and click the publish.. some time they even sit here few days waiting for this button push. I don’t want it to sound like an old cliché repeating again and again, but I really appreciate all your visits here, taking the time to push that little button of ‘like’ and for many others even for taking those extra few minutes to make a comment. I know that there is so much else to do now a day and you probably due else where. leave alone that those blogs are some sort of addiction and time-consuming. But without you dear friend what are those blogs going to be like. I thank you all for spending time here and for your great friendship from the bottom of my heart. I met such great people thanks to this Blog I could not do with out. Thank you for opening my eyes and teaching me so much letting me entering to your little worlds….
I came back from a week home sitting looking after friend’s place. It is a beautiful place and I could not resist enjoying painting outside while the weather was great.
What started like that;
Ended like that;
Take care and have a super weekend…
We had a special invitation to visit a super estate in Kent St. Clere and I was amazed to see the view of the fields on the estate.. It started like that and was very misty
And later it cleared up so I could imagine what it will ended like at sunset…
Sunday morning painting outdoors with Nick and Sharad trying to cool down in Dunorlan Park under a tree with this amazing view..