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Below Pearson Falls, NC

by Linda Shelton
(Orlando, FL)

Below The Falls

Below The Falls

My husband and I went up to NC to the area near Ashville. It was just after all the leaves finished changing colors. So sad we missed it, but it was still beautiful.

We explored Pearson Falls. This painting is of the area just below the falls. It was so foggy by the falls that I decided to do a painting a little lower down. I may still try a painting of the falls in the fog. I am use to painting ocean scenes so this was a challenge.

May each of you have a blessed New Year. I just read a saying on Facebook I really like. " Tomorrow is the first page of a 365 page book. Write a good one."

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Dec 26, 2014
Beautiful NEW
by: Jean

I think I have one of your art pieces. Bermuda 1978. Still just as good!!!

Jul 29, 2014
Asheville NEW
by: Anonymous

Very nice! I have been to Ashville many times and it is beautiful. Your paint is great love the water, trees and colors are great.

Apr 23, 2014
nice mist NEW
by: Dennis

You have achieved a nice effect with the mist, thinner in the foreground and thicker in the background. Is this via glazing? I have tried glazing without success.

Jan 02, 2014
Thanks! NEW
by: Linda

I appreciate your encouraging comments. So glad you are drawn into the painting as that was my goal. Happy New Year!

Jan 02, 2014
Awesome NEW
by: Anonymous

Love the colours - I just want to walk into the painting. Well done

Jan 02, 2014
Well done NEW
by: Anonymous

Good painting. I can picture myself standing there and feel the chill in the air.

Jan 02, 2014
good work NEW
by: Pamela Meredith

this is some great work you have done here

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