Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Along the Fenceline

©Linda Young 2011
4 x 6" watercolor
An icy snowy morning awaits us in the days ahead; but I'm not looking forward to those cold days of Winter.  Depending what part of the country you come from, the Wooly worm either predicts a long cold winter (lots of black on it's body) or a mild one (lots of brown).  I think I'll just sit by the fire with my honey, my Westies and a nice glass of wine.  Cheers!

5 comments:

Claire Beadon Carnell said...

Fantastic entry into the challenge, Linda! We have gotten so much rain again in the past few days...I keep thinking what it would be like if it were *S*N*O*W* !!!
I found a wooly worm a week or so ago and it was ENTIRELY black...wonder what that means (I am afraid to ask...)

Debra Kreiger said...

Nice entry Linda. We could be in for a long snowy winter..

Linda Young said...

Thank you Claire and Deb, hope to see you at the Art for the Holidays reception.

Dianne Lorden said...

This is a cheerful, sunny painting; the kind of winter-looking day I like (as opposed to the gray ones that have their own beauty, I suppose, but certainly aren't as cheerful as this one!).

Linda Young said...

Oh boy, cheerful, and sunny words in the same sentence as "winter".
for me.....Hurry spring!
Thank you Dianne, I'm glad you liked it.