Photo Adventures in the Wild (New Hampshire)

A positive aspect of staying home more means I’m able to spend more time in and around the woods and pond near my house taking photos of the animals and birds that I enjoy creating as paintings in my studio.  I’m frequently surprised and delighted by being in the right place at the right time (chipmunk in the pumpkin) and other moments when I really have to work at it by spending hours in a location to capture a photo (elusive and shy merganser duck).  I now have a lifetime of images from which to draw from in creating my watercolor art but I enjoy being out into the field and observing nature in person and in real time.  It helps me in creating artwork that is more accurate in capturing the setting and unique characteristics of the animal or bird I’m painting.

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