On thin ice

There’s no boats in the water yet in Pointe Claire, but I can see people working on them in the boatyard. That gives me something to look forward to. In the meantime, the breakwater has a little interest with a few good shapes and colours with which to create a composition — the deep blue water, the little bits of remaining ice, and a greenish rim of slush where the snow is slowly melting. There’s not much going on until two geese fly in. I can hear them before I see them. I’ve already started to add colour, but I grab my pencil and add them in as they gingerly tread across the ice.


5 Comments on “On thin ice”

  1. Bernadette says:

    Such clean fresh washes…as always! I especially like the sky.

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  2. Trevor Travis says:

    What a beautiful serene painting. Perfect. Just a lot of pleasure looking at it and taking in the scene.

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  3. The sky and the puddles make this for me! And the geese just add to the fun. Thanks for sharing!

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