My dog, Rosco, and I startled this pair of Mallards on our mid day walk. We walked the beach as the day was actually mild ( low 50s), and even though the breeze was pronounced, it wasn’t bitter.
My husband’s brushes and palette.
His paintings can be seen on his website, http://agmoore.com.
My husband’s brushes.
His paintings can be seen at: http://agmoore.com
As the sun dipped below the tree line in the west, it illuminated the very tops of the trees I was walking beneath.
Walking along the beach as the sun went down on a frigid day and the moon rose in the East, the cold wind slapping our cheeks and snow crunching underfoot.
Late afternoon at Tradewinds as the snow starts to flurry.
My dog and I startled these geese as we walked on the golf course this morning. We actually startled them more than once, causing them to change location, and on this flight they were abandoning ground all together and heading towards Sengekontacket Pond.
Early morning walk in a light rain at Tradewinds.
Foggy January afternoon, walking along Seaview Ave in Oak Bluffs.
Portrait of Bonnie #3 at Bittersweet Farm.
Portrait of Bonnie #2
Portrait of Bonnie #1
Portrait of Pearl, who lives with my friend, Lorraine Parish. http://lorraineparishclothing.com
When I walk on wooded trails, I often find myself looking down for long stretches, to see where to place my feet. It is like standing on a bridge, watching a brook flow underneath – the ground passing beneath me.
Self portrait with Rosco, my miniature schnauzer and walking companion.