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Winter, you just can't let it go, don't you? Holding firmly to the last bits of snow.Great atmosphere, Rob.
Wow, that's a great view you have from your window.I guess you'll be saying goodbye to white and hello to yellow!
Believe me, you don't want to live where I am when you have uninterrupted views like this! Just that little bit of snow hanging on there I see. Great Rob.
How wonderful to wake up to this view every morning. The painting is gorgeous.
Boy, you did get a lot of snow this year, too.These are beautiful, Rob. Am so glad to see spring light everywhere. You capture the poetry of the landscape.
Lovely soft tones that show the subtlety of winter light when the harsh sun isn't on show.
i'm glad it is all gone though dick,let spring roll!
yes yellow for spring keith,the daffodils are trying hard at the moment,then its the tullips then the blue bells and b4 you know it the leaves drop and it snows again...
liz a change of scenery is always good!
yes carolann,cup of coffee,seeing the mist rise,hearing the birds and thinking how to capture it all in paint...
thanks lizhope sprinmg is good to you too!
so nice to hear from you again micklets hope for some harsh sun soon!
Beautiful and poetic paintings of a waning winter.aaah Spring..... bring it on!btw, that is a dynamite view to wake up to :)
Welcome Spring!!!with a lovely journey to your magic world of art.Thanks and all the best for you...
yes jenniferi have my coffee on the doorstop,slowly waking up to that view...at the moment the foelds are full of sheep with their lambs...spring indeed!
thank you for pasing by art traveller!
Rob, Your paintings are fantastic as always. All the best.Vic.
ha thanks victornot always,wiped one yesterday...
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