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Palos Verdes Ride –

March 23rd, 2007

Palos Verdes Ride – 13.75 x 9″ – watercolor on paper

$100 Purchase from the artist

A few weeks ago, when we went down to Wayfarer’s Chapel for our anniversary, we drove through the Palos Verdes peninsula and I took a few pictures from the car along the way. One of them featured some large eucalyptuses, which I can never pass up the chance to paint. Unfortunately, this area is “no parking” due to extreme landslide danger, so I was not able to get out and sketch. But that’s why I always carry a camera with me. When I got home and took a look at my picture, I saw that there were some riders emerging from the grove. I hadn’t noticed them at all during the drive-by.

If you live in the area , I think we just approaching Portugeuse Bend, coming up from San Pedro. (Googlemap link below.)

Here’s a link to the Google map of the place.

2 Comments »

  1. The wet-on-wet trees into the sky is beautiful.

    Comment by Tom G — March 24, 2007 @ 5:51 am
  2. this is really gorgeous! Looks so juicy and full of life!

    Comment by Ester — March 30, 2007 @ 8:33 am

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