Mont Sainte-Victoire was a frequent subject of the painter Paul Cézanne. This view is from the Terrain des peintures (Field of Painters) in Aix-en-Provence, France a 15 minute walk up the hillside from his workshop. The trees and new homes obscure the once wide open view but the mountain remains.
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Brookland Arts Walk
From the Brookland Arts Walk on Friday. Thinking about how to capture a complete scene. This image is actually two […]
Trail in Fog
This side path up to Clingmans dome was bathed in fog on the walk up to the vista. Soft steps and creaking trees were the only sounds heard.
View from the Mountain Top
This view from the Cascade mountain peak set the stage for our trip through the Adirondack Mountains. The nearest mountain […]
Scenes from the City
I took these pictures while wandering around New York and walking along the High Line Park. It’s a pretty neat […]
Beach at Sunset
This view was the reward after a short hike through the hill side. It’s a bit of a cliché but […]
An abandoned factory becomes a community easel and canvas for the area’s urban artists. The graffiti blends into layered murals […]
Foggy evening at the harbor
Down an empty pier in Port Jefferson Harbor, this fog covered post extends out of the waters of the Long […]
Oregon Trail through Mitchell Pass.
When you visit the rock formations of Scott’s Bluff and touch the stone you encounter a tangible since of the […]
Quiet Road in Alabama
The road side trees were my only companion on my long drives back in Alabama. I would ride on back […]