Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
Friday started off here wild, wet and windy, but it did get better in the course of the day. The wind chased the rain clouds away, so it stayed dry, and in the afternoon the wind died down and it was quite pleasant. I had fun on my walks, as always.
For 'Inspired by the Masters' at Art Journal Journey I made another Georges Braque (1882-1963) inspired piece. I love playing with my home-made stencils to get different effects. The background has been brayered with acrylics over a blue water-colour wash. I used some textured paper in A3 size. The bird and sun have been cut from some black glitter card I found in a drawer, and have a lovely texture, but are hard to photograph and look brown on some of the pics - sorry!
Today I enjoyed 'looking up' and taking pictures of various parts against the sky.
The castle ruins look very pretty with the autumn leaves.
In the afternoon I went by the lakes again:
I love these mossy trees by the water.
There was no flaming sunset this evening, it just got darker without the glow. The silhouette of the tree looks like it has a face in profile - can you see it, too?
My visitors are already onto the second fat ball, and this one has already been much reduced.
Have a great weekend, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!