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Looks like my hair when I wake up in the mornings. Seriously, love the scratchings on the trees!
I thought the same as Sheila!I do hope you'll tell us in the next post what they are?you've (as always) caught the light beautifully :>)
Beautiful painting of unidentified grassish things.
I don't know what they are, but I love the sunlight on them.
water buffalo? (well everyone else has used up all the good answers and are possibly wrong so i thought i'd push the boat out a bit)!great lighting and love how the ground shows through giving the impression of reflected light.
I present you the Sunshine Award. Come by my blog to pick it up.
Have no idea, but they sure are lovely in the light and snow!
Spring goblins! Rather pretty ones!No, Rene was right, definitely triffids.
Look like sheep covered in bracken or straw. Great change of Monet's haystacks though.
I'm not sure what they are (hay bales that were in a tornado?) but you captured some fantastic color and light in this one!
If they were in Ireland, they'd be leprechaun houses, Rob! But you've caught some great light there regardless.
I'm pretty sure they're barbed wire hair snags, used for DNA identification and counting of grizzly bear populations. An amazing number of grizzly bears have passed through this field.
i'm impressed by all of your imagination folks...you must be artists!ok i'll better tell you then...i think they are cut tree stumbs grown over with grasses
rene,are you blind?
you must have the same hair as me sheila!
see above vivien
thanks keithyes no matter what,light is what its all about!
you should try it rahina,i use a pink salmon for my grounds,it really helps painting the light!
thanks anncan't have enough sunshine...and awards!
thank you liz!appreciated
thank you too lizlousy guesses though!
hehe'that would be funny carolannif they moved as well!
thank you lesleyreally pushed it on this one
i was waiting for that one michael!hehe thanks
charlene,hahahathat is the best answer!!
Hi Rob - I just spotted your blog title on Bill Guffey's blog and had to come and investigate. Then I find that you're based in Llandrindod Wells! I live in Newbridge on Wye - so - hello neighbour!Your work is wonderful. I especially like the green monster bushes. LOL.
Hi Rob!.... Enjoyed the colours and light in this piece... btu I have to admit I really enjoyed the comments offered as explanations-very imaginative and playful for all.I once read a children's book which described imagined creatures as ...Kicklesnifters"! Doesn't that have a wonderful ring to it!?HAHA!! Great post.. I enjoyeed it!Regards and good painting!BrucePS We got another 10 cm of snow overnight... more on the way!Milder temps too... soooo.. "out there" I'll be!!
Fantastic painting as usual Rob. Well done mate. All the best.Vic.
so nice to meet you gillianmy kids go to school in newbridge,you must know many of the spots i've painted!at the moment i live nr howeyoff to see your blog...
yes shame you know now bruce,i'm sure you would have made something wonderful out of them,enjoy your snow!
hey victor!thanks for the compliments...how are you coping witht hte snow?
I have no clue what they are Rob but they have excellent light on them. Well done.
hey ronthanks,they are cut,overgrown tree trunks
Very interesting, is all the outlining done by scratching or another technique.
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