Wednesday, November 8, 2017

#2011 "Algonquin Rock Lake Eastern Ridges"

After completing #2010 "Algonquin Rock Lake Sunrise" I turned my easel back to look upon the dark and cliffed eastern shore of Rock Lake. The sun was just clearing the forested slope but not enough that I was blinded by the light. There were some stabs of colour on the shore. The black ducks were still around as well as the hunting party of common mergansers. I was not alone.
This small and very rough panel posed some challenges but nothing a bit more paint couldn't solve.
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