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Watercolor, Ink: Lone Tree by Creek

This is the first time I’ve tried this pen & ink technique over watercolor on a landscape. Before, I used it primarily on cityscapes.

I think pen & ink on watercolor works best in situations where the human hand can be felt, such as urbanscapes or figure drawing. 33 more words

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Watercolor : Reflective Trees

I walked by this giant puddle or, you might say, petite lake, in which these trees were standing and reflecting mirrored images of themselves.

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Group Threatens New Lawsuit To Protect Tiny, Endangered Shrimp-Like Creature From New Transit Line

LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) — A tiny crustacean, which is believed to only exist in the Rock Creek watershed, has been listed as endangered by the U.S. 321 more words


Watercolor: View from Boundary Bridge, 2014

I often stop by this bridge (Boundary Bridge) in Rock Creek Park because there is the tiniest of water cataracts (not really) that provide me with a really nice sense of nature and peace. 32 more words

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Watercolor: Dark Wood Path

Am I the only one that thinks that this would be a perfect trail for Red Riding Hood to walk down as she walks to her Grandmother’s house? 27 more words

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