Saturday, June 06, 2009

Salmons Brook, Autumn Sunset.

Salmons Brook runs along the bottom of my garden. It is pure coincidence that our names are the same. I have a source of inspiration right on my doorstep.


Salmons Brook, Autumn Sunset. Watercolour 7 x 5 inches.

7 comments:

  1. you have a very good work Salmon . i always admire water colour because i think it is a very hard tecnic.
    your way to bild the landscapes are wonderful.

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  2. Olá Caio, Obrigado pelas suas amáveis comentários sobre a minha pintura. Foi muito bom de você para ter o tempo para escrever. Fui para o seu blog e também vi algumas de suas maravilhosas portait trabalho. É muito inovadora. Eu gosto muito. Best regards, John.

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  3. hi John ! thanks for have visited my blog , and for write in my language , it is very kind .i am waiting for more posts of your work .
    i saw now you are fron north London , i have beautiful memories of it. in 2006 and 2007 , i spent 6 months in london studing . on my free time , when i wasn't visiting the museuns , i used to take the first bus i saw and go until the last stop , and then i took other to go even farther .complitely lost i start to walk by those neghbohoods with lots of trees , parks , beautiful houses , polite people , lakes ,rivers......God...i love love your city , London will always have a deep part of me missing it a lot.
    and north area is one of my favorites with the west area too .i rented a room at doclands area , at the other side of the city for you ,but the idea of cross the city was always a very nice adventure.
    well ...thanks again .

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  4. Beautiful peachy-pink color there in the background that is sooo lovely.

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  5. Hi John
    Love the way the orange leads us into the horizon to find nothingness out there! Great work.

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