Monday, April 26, 2010

Spring is so long in coming to the high country and I have posted my observations of that fact on my latest OUTDOOR ADVENTURES blog.

9 comments:

Elizabeth McCrindle said...

Beautiful photo :)

Carol Blackburn said...

Hello Gary,
I've just perused your blog and again I am just amazed at your work. I particularly paid attention to your SENSED BUT UNSEEN DANGER postings as I just love to see how it's done from start to finish. I learn so much from others that way. I'll certainly check out your Outdoor Adventures blog, too.

Vicki Greene said...

Great photo but it sure looks cold.

Pencil Sanity said...

Oh it sure has been a long awaited Spring this year. We actually got a little snow dusting last night.

Mary said...

I have very much enjoyed browsing your fascinating blog, Gary--glad to have found you via your comment on Sherry's (Autumn Leaves'_) blog. This is a great photo; thank you for sharing it. And your paintings are amazing--I love landscape painting, too and try to capture the beauty of a very different part of our great nation, Coastal North Florida. All the best to you.

rahina q.h. said...

Do you live in Alaska:)) the new painting below looks great and sorry to hear about the slow sales. r.

CountryDreaming said...

Awesome scenery, reminds me of either the North Pole or Antarctica. Either way I love it.
:-)

martinealison said...

Très belle scène de la nature... merci pour cette belle photo.

AutumnLeaves said...

Are those ice floes? Or a super snowy bank? Methinks 't'were I those ganders, my wide flat feet would be frozen...not to mention the nether regions! Ei yi yi! Hope the spring is coming pretty though; considering where you live, I suspect it truly is!