#July photo a day challenge #citysonnet
This spectacular picture of the horizon was taken by my daughter. So the credit goes entirely to her. I was probably zoned out after spending an amazing gratifying day at Yosemite Valley with my family. As we drove, leaving the valley behind, the magnificent sculptures of granite kept reappearing in the distance with every curve and turn until the sun went to rest for the day and the horizon turned a deep blue, violet and mauve and the landscape more tame with soft gentle rolling hills in the distance. I was not ready to say goodbye to this beautiful day!
July photo a day Day 28 Citysonnet
Weekend’s here! And I’m having quite a vacation with my beloved watercolors, just dipping the paintbrush
into some reds, yellows and greens and then swirling it
in water and having lot of fun painting flowers from my imagination!
Have a great weekend!
The beautiful, 145 mi long Merced river flowing from the Sierra Nevada to San Joaquin Valley in California has helped create the panoramic, 8 mi long Yosemite Valley. This picture is from the base of Vernal Falls where the river flows calmly. It was quite a transition – from the thunder of the Falls to the serenity of the quietly flowing river – as if all the aggression had dissolved and everlasting peace was attained.
#July #WorldWatercolorMonth #Fun
Watercolors – my favorite art medium! Oh the things you can paint….and have fun with the sea of colors. Here are some to start off this month. Thank you citysonnet for today’s challenge – Fun!