by Paula Wright Categories: art, impressionist, photoart, UncategorizedTags: art, aspie, caladoniancanal, caspar, ClaraVale, colour, corpach, countryside, david, English, fortwilliam, friedrich, highlands, impressionist, landscape, light, Monet, nature, northumberland, photography, reflections, Ryton, scotland, sealock, summer, sunlight, trees, tyne, vibrant
Ryton Willows, west Gateshead
The magical from the mundane – Reminded me of David Caspar Friedrich (I have an art history degree). These are trees on some scrub land around the local rugby club pitch. Most of my photos are opportunistic and taken whilst taking my dog for a walk.
I live in the Tyne Valley – right under the Newcastle Airport flight path! These were on their way over the north pole from Heathrow maybe. Heading for the US/Canada?
Abstract in Blue