Last week, I wrote about A Poppy’s Life, and of the sketching/watercolor class I took through our local library. On a previous session, we visited a nearby state park locale, where we had class instruction, then took walks to see what we might like to try to sketch or paint on location.
This location gave us a chance to see various kinds of trees, a small pond, and an abundance of fresh spring greens everywhere you looked! The close end of the pond (above) was a bit scummy, as you can see, but still offered a reflection of the overhanging trees.
Some of the class took out their materials and became part of the scenery!
I found this magnificent old tree, a white pine, I think, very interesting. No matter which way I walked around it, each side was equally intriguing!