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Nice..you have been busy, shame Englands getting most of the snow.
I love all the snowy scenes you've been painting! Beautiful work!!
You're really into it Rob!Nice & cold.Snertweer!With a little luck it's our turn tomorrow!!
Lovely rendering of the snow, great tonal variation is the key and you have got it just right.
There's a nice contrast of warm and cold in this painting.-18 C, brrrrrrr! I'm glad I live in the warm north: only -5 C here.
What a great painting - you almost make me wish I was there!!
Wintry weather grips East Anglia here since Friday. Blizzard conditions makes painting impossible. Well done you!
we've got more than i can handle here simon
thank you angela,i love painting snow!
hope you get some too rene
tonal variation was indeed the key mick
always the main thing keith cold vs warm especially with sunny snow
lovely - i wondered if you would be out painting in the snow! I guess you have to work very quickly - does the paint ever freeze??
Great work again Rob, thanks for dropping by my blog, still waiting for snow this end...if it comes still life studies could be on the cards :-) All the best, Steve.
i think i rather enjoy your summer liz
although freezing cold here,it seems the east are getting the brunt of the snow carolann,so i don't blame you
i'm only out there for about an hour rosie,the paint and i couldn't bare more!
maybe that is the wise thing to do steve
Hi Rob. Brilliant painting. Brrrrr.All the best Rob.Vic.
Beautiful painting Rob! Makes me miss my home town winters (sigh)......Love how the lush 'wintery' blues compliment the warm oranges of the structure.
thanks vicyour turn next,to get out there!
hi jennifer,i'm sure you're just fine at Long Beach,cheers!
Rob this one has such a beautiful feel to it. totally brings out the charm of a snowy winter. Well done!!
that was my last plein air ron...eekreally have to go out againthanks for stopping by
Great post, the light in this is just perfect!
What a brilliant picture, thanks a lot!
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