Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Storm On Trouants Island Road

 


Trouants Island is connected to the Marshfield Hills mainland by a dirt road through the marsh, which is only passable at low tide. 

I was out there recently during a summer rainstorm. Suddenly the sun broke through the still black sky and lit up the marsh in a dazzling display of bright greens! Check out our paintings for this month’s challenge “Marshfield Hills”, at GJWP.

3 comments:

Jo Castillo said...

This is fun and different. Your link didn’t work for me but I went and looked on the blog. Very nice paintings. Good to be out and about.

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

This has all the drama and gorgeous color of a summer storm. BEAUTIFUL!

hmuxo said...

Wow! LOVE the vibrant colors....you can feel the storm coming!!!💕

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