wonderful lanscape. I love the green, blue and white,
Hi Joce, we have plenty of those colours over here including lots of grey, especially just now, it's pouring down:( It hasn't been a great summer so far but I'm still optimistic:) How are you and yours? Have you painted any more pictures or have you been too busy? Regards, Anita
Great shot Anita, Good composition and depth. Bob
We haven't had much of a winter yet and I'm unhappy because my cherry trees need frost to bear fruit in summer. Haven't done any painting for ages, which is a pity but time is fleeting at the moment. Regards, Joce
Thanks Bob, sorry I nearly missed answering you. I'm glad you like it. Sorry I don't have a clue what time it was when I took this shot ;) Anita
Wonderful shot, Anita! Sun and shadow, green and blue. Well done! Greetings from Germany, Heinrich
Stunning Anita, it portrays perfectly the Yorkshire dales. Wonderful aspect,nicely composed.
Cheers Jim, I'm pleased you found the other messages that I left, I keep missing other peoples feedback too. It's hard to keep on top of it sometimes, it makes you feel bad when you don't reply. I don't have any new pics to show just now but hope to take some soon. Best wishes, Anita
Thank you Heinrich, as Jim mentioned, this is typical landscape of the Yorkshire Dales even when it is raining or snowing it has so much to offer visitors. Regards, Anita
Thank you, it's one of my favourite views, we spend a lot of time here. Regards, Anita
A lovely area Anita, and i can see it is being taken over with the cursed bracken as well, its the same with the hillsides in Scotland. :)
Yes David, the bracken is slowly taking over, apparently the spores are carcinogenic but I think you would have to spend quite a long time amongst it before you start to worry about it's effects;) Regards, Anita
Wonderful landscape, excellent colours!
Kind regards from Hungary, Csaba
Thank you Csaba, for visiting and your lovely comment. Regards, Anita
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