Stroll on a Foggy Morning
This is part of the street where I live. We have many Bay Laurel trees in our area, and you can see a part of a giant mature one in the foreground. Large oleander bushes of pink, white and red are visible on the right. The street dead-ends at forested open space where I have walked my dogs for many years, so I am very familiar with it's colors and moods. This particular morning was strikingly different than most. It was quite foggy, which in itself was not unusual. But the fog was transluscent enough to allow for sunlight to pierce it. This formed the strong shadow patterns on the street, and the mystical shafts of light through the trees further down the road. It is a yet another reminder of one of my favorite life lessons: if we keep on going through the dark places, we will eventually emerge into the light. It's just right up ahead.
Though the original is in pastels, the fine art giclee reproduction is done on the highest quality satin finish canvas, and therefore looks very much like an oil painting, with deep and brilliant color. You have your choice of sizes.