Farmscape at sunrise

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I never tire of this view.  It changes everyday!

This image is from a couple of days ago, where the sunrise cast a golden hue over the paddocks and the morning shadows were long and deep.  I love that!

One day I hope to paint this beautiful view.

I love the way Hopper puts it and for me this rings true.

“If you could say it in words, there’d be no reason to paint.”
Edward Hopper

5 thoughts on “Farmscape at sunrise

  1. Nice :). I’m forever taking photos of sunrises here as they are different colours, lighting etc from one season to the next. I even have a folder called sunrises/sunsets.

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  2. Hi Robyn! I have to know – is this an everyday view for you?? I so, yes, you must get going on a painting. Otherwise you’ll keep putting it off thinking “I have all the time in the world….”, or “I’ll do this next month…”. Just saying…
    Thanks so much for liking my post “What are the Odds of this Bird Shot”; that was certainly a happy accident. Take care!

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    1. HI Laurie, I’m pleased to say this is an everday view for me at the moment. It’s taken from our family farm 🙂 We travel between city and country and we’re currently enjoying the farm for a good while.. and loving it!
      It really does change everyday due to the lighting and the type of day.
      Thankyou thankyou for the encouragement and the push ( we need likeminded fellows encouraging us) and you’ll be pleased to know I do have my paintbrushes out doing some landscape studies presently 🙂
      I love your blog and your work and your friendly company!! Thanks x

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