Notes from a Winter Trail – The Clearing

TM9518 Notes from a Winter Trail – The Clearing 36×42 oil on panel

It’s repetitious to keep saying snowfalls are magical, but there aren’t enough good synonyms. This past week I took a hike around Purgatory Chasm State Park along the Charley Loop.  Snow was still clinging to the trees from a heavy snowfall, but now the sun was out and the sparkles of snow dust in the air were spectacular. Everything looked so clean and bright, I fairly danced my way into the woods (p.s. thank you to the person who compacted the snow trail!).  I expect there will be more paintings from this hike, and another storm is on the way. It’s a good winter so far. Details below. Enjoy.

TM9518 Notes from a Winter Trail – The Clearing – detail from upper left and center

TM9518 Notes from a Winter Trail – The Clearing – detail from lower left

TM9518 Notes from a Winter Trail – The Clearing – detail from right of center

5 thoughts on “Notes from a Winter Trail – The Clearing

  1. Not quite so beautiful in Auckland. We don’t get snow here; it just gets cold, wet, and grey. 😆 Other parts of the country further south get snow though.

    • Thank you so much! While I do take lots of photos, my blog is devoted to the oil paintings that grow out of my hikes and photo sessions. Hope you enjoy the next posts.

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