I am starting to find back to my old routine and it feels so good. Well, with the drawing class thrown in, it's a different routine from before, and I love it! Tomorrow, after class I'll show you my finished still life contour drawing...
This morning, Winslow and I took a walk, something I haven't done in quite a while - at least not in the early morning.
It was gorgeous and I so wish I had had the camera to share some of the beauty with you. Steam was rising from the neighborhood ponds and the sun was kissing the tops of the big pine trees as it was rising in the sky.
So, when I got back to the house, I quick took a few photos for you of what is happening in our garden!
So much is blooming right now.
Spring at its finest!
The azaleas are all done, but the roses are in their full glory.
Our bottle brush tree is blooming so beautifully and I keep watching for hummingbirds to arrive to drink from it.
And there even are still a few late-blooming daffodils gracing our yard.
And then ... the figs! Look how big they already are. I cannot wait for them to be ripe.
Maybe this year our pomegranate will not only flower so gorgeously, but also bear some fruit. Keep your fingers crossed!
I'm planning to have some serious studio time today! I've so missed just playing with my paints and papers and canvas. We'll see what emerges...