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June 29, 2013: Process

I decided to take pictures as the painting progressed, to show the process and some of it's challenges.  It was overcast in the morning but grew sunny by the afternoon.  I was fortunate, though, as the portion of sky I had painted remained hazy throughout the day, so the change in light did not create an insurmountable discord between what I had painted in the morning and what I painted in the afternoon.  The process took about 3 1/2 or 4 hours.
One thing I didn't account for, however, is that to take a picture of the painting AND the view, I held the camera about a foot below my eyeline.  I can see the green marsh behind that trio of trees, and I painted it, but it's only visible in one of the slides below.

June 29 2013
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