Marcel at Sitka Daily Photo was so kind to let me borrow some of his pictures to paint. This one is Sunset at Pyramid Peaks. This is the first time I have painted one picture on two canvases. They are gallery canvas therefore you paint all four edges. The cost is more on the front end but you do not have to frame them. I think that is rather the beauty of gallery canvas. The other you get to see the beginning of the painting no matter which way you approach. Thank you Marcel for sharing.
My thoughts are like lighting this morning. Flash and I have it and then it is gone. Only the rumblings are left behind. It was 22 degrees this morning and the sun is out. The dusting of snow will be gone quickly.
There were two doe at the fence coming into the yard when I first drew back the curtain to peer out at morning light. When Prince came into the kitchen he wanted to know "What is that at the corn pile?" It was the Grandfather of all raccoons. He had to weigh in at 40 or 50 pounds. I thought it was a dog at first because it was so huge.
Maggie ran out on the snow covered porch to chase a bird seed stealing squirrel and that big ole coon just kept eating. We got the binoculars out and checked the fur monster out and yes he was as big as a small dog. I commented to Prince that "I would hate to meet him in the daylight much less at night."
The varmint trap that we had borrowed from Bo is too small for that one. Yikes. Hope he stays in the field and does not venture upon the porch.
I kept looking at the trap and figured if we put a tempting treat maybe he would squirm and squeeze his way into the trap. Then how in the heck would you get him out to free him along the Natchez Trace.
The Kitty Justice would to be to LET THAT FUR MONSTER ALONG.