Had good intentions to do what had to be done. Managed a load of laundry, putting out the trash cans and some painting.
Along the road into Papscanee Preserve.
Some of the corn near here had small ears despite not being very tall.
I came home with three new colors. The brits are always saying throw some raw sienna in the sky. Mine looks like an orangey brown, theirs looks positively yellow. The good news is that it mixes with cobalt or ultramarine to a warm browny grey.
This shows mixing the three new colors: rhodolite genuine, aureolin (cobalt yellow) and raw sienna with cobalt and ultramarine blue, alizarin crimson etc. Get an eyeful of that pink!
I stopped at Arlene’s this morning on the way to work. Those of you who know my collection of thread sample cards will totally appreciate my excitement over this coming home. But seriously, it answers once and for all my questions about lightfastness and, more importantly, transparency! At long last. Unlike thread sample cards, these “dot cards” can actually be used with brush and water to try out the colors on your own paper.
I stopped at the library tonight to drop off some magazines I was trying to clear out. Hopefully someone will be thrilled to look through them, cut them up etc. I stopped at the grocery store under the premise that having some food in the house would be good. And I stopped at Kristy’s Barn to see the sunset. I’d already seen some lovely rays in the grocery parking lot.
I’m a big believer in mostly enjoying the view and snapping photos also but what the heck I even pulled out the tripod.
Here’s a Flickr Album with all the unedited photos: