Last week I hiked at Putnam Park and thought weather in the 40’s was remarkable for February in Connecticut. This week, I hiked at Huntington State Park in bizarrely unseasonable weather in the 50’s.
Last week, I was seeing compositions everywhere and photographing them. This time I did as well, and you can see those results in this post. I’ll probably use these as photo references for paintings, but I also enjoy them all on their own.
Where Putnam Park sported golden yellows with bright blue skies, Huntington was a symphony of taupe and gray, with vivid splashes of moss (or lichen) green. It sure did feel good to be out of doors!