Foggy morning on Beacon Hill

This has been a spectacular autumn for me; since there hasn’t been much rain (but enough) the leaves are still on the trees, and the ones that have fallen are dry enough to walk through. I have always loved kicking through the leaves, it brings me right back to my childhood. But two mornings ago, we awakened to fog, which is very special when the trees are all brilliant jewels. This is 8″ x 11″ for sale, all proceeds go to Endangered species education and conservation.

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2 Responses to Foggy morning on Beacon Hill

  1. Dee Ready says:

    Dear Mimi, you’ve once again painted a lovely watercolor. On the bookcase shelf here in my computer room, I have the one you sent me of the horse. I think of you each time I see it. And often I really do look hard at it and absorb the beauty . . . and the skill. Peace.

  2. IntenseGuy says:

    Beautiful painting – it glows and shines.

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