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"You can feel the warmth from a sun soaked day on the ground and trees."
Blue Sky II
"The large blue skies are always changing."
"The colors of the fall are always warm and cozy-you almost smell the leaves and feel the breeze."
"The rising of the sun over the layers of land never gets old."
"Mountains have a staggering amount of trees filled with a variety of greens to enjoy."
This reflection is during Covid- always changing and glimmers of things getting better."
"Beautiful view of the Albany area from a lookout above."
"Driving down Sound Ave and admiring all the farms."
"The layers of a garden with Daffodils breaking the surface."
"Bare Trees have beautiful color and texture."
"Neutral tones with blue tones to create a relaxed atmosphere."
"The tones of the Maine area with branches blowing in the wind."
"Clean lines and colors from the 60's"
"All the groups of people who walk and enjoy the Common Grounds in Boston"
"Fall walk through Nature."
"Sea colors of the summer."
"This crisp burgundy is a memory of holiday decorations."
'Families lean on each other to become good caring people."
"These tones were reflective of my walk on a trail along with the elements of sticks and wood"
Fenced Dunes 1
"Dunes filled with what the wind blows."
Fenced Dunes 2
Beached Fence 1
"Snow fences get weathered protecting the dunes."
"A View through a rusted frame onto a soft landscape"
Beached Fence 2
"The beauty of layered blues in the morning"
"Muted tones of the wine country layered with years of farming and history"
"Towering Blue skies out on the North Fork"
"These jewel tone pinks and reds give a feeling of power with a soft touch of a silver dollar branch"
"These tones of white and textures are my view of the columns at the Acropolis in Greece"
"Everyday I marvel at all the tones of green when I pass the tree farms on the north fork"
"Visiting Pompei sparked the collaboration of textures and tones for this visual piece"
"Playing with textures and tones of grey that have a cool tone"
"The feel of winter taking over the fall"
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