Another recent walking and sketching day at Thornham on the Norfolk coast. This time I concentrated on the entrancing light, colour and movement in the reedbeds as they subtly change with the approaching autumn.
Looking over the reedbeds towards Holme church from the raised banks around Ragged Marsh is one of my favourite views. The wind rustling through the silvered stems and purple-grey feathery heads is very calming. I used mainly watercolours with just one abstract using the brush pens that I mentioned in the last post.
I also did a watercolour sketch of the otherworldly ‘stumps’ looking out over the creek and marsh.
I remembered my camera this time and even caught a starling murmuration as well as the odd rusted artefact!