It’s finally starting to feel like fall. I had to wear a hoodie this morning.
I don’t think Thomas saw the deer. He was too busy aniffing around for bunnies.
The grounds crew were piling up leaves around campus today. This one was about four feet tall.
It was beautiful at 4am, when I was walking the dog. Crepuscular rays from all the street lights, and that peculiar dampening-and-sharpening of sounds that happens in thick fog. And it was just a little bit chilly.
It’s finally here! When I walked the dog this morning, I wore a hoodie, and I was still a little cold.
It’s trying to rain, but it’s in the mid-70s, so I’m not complaining. I still haven’t turned on the heat. This weekend, that will probably change, though. Lows in the 30s. It may finally start feeling like fall!
Rain tonight, they say, but today is about as pretty as it gets.
Pentel pocket brush pen and M. Graham and Schmincke gouache on 140 lb Strathmore mixed media paper
7 1/2 x 6 inches
Filed under Art, Paintings
I saw these while walking to my car after work. I love the mottled deep reds and greens.