After following a small path through woodland and undergrowth, then open saltmarsh and wide skies this was the inspirational view I stumbled on back in late summer on a glorious day near Thornham saltmarsh, Norfolk… a huge swathe of pale purple sea lavender flowers.
Mari – how glorious! I love the way you’ve made it a sea of lavender in your fab sketch. You’ll have to keep coming back to those lovely, lovely colours and big wide sky – I wish I could say I’ve developed the knack of catching the little and making it big 🙂 I’m getting very excited about the flames of autumn that have suddenly appeared everywhere this week ….
We can’t wait either! You tease :o)
lol! I know… I keep doing it don’t I? but I have to put them on a back burner in my head for a while.
To paraphrase the observation of an artist friend of mine (Elaine Phipps…
… its so difficult once you’ve done a great little sketch, to repeat it on a large scale!
all the passion and excitement tends to go into the original observation… hence the delay! ; )
That’s gorgeous Mari, good to see Summer clinging on now that it’s turned so dark and dismal up here.
Yeah loose and luscious Mari. Well done.