Last summer on one of our fishing forays out into the surrounding country-side we headed north up towards Costilla, New Mexico. This is a wonderful drive along the western side our San de Cristo mountain range. When we come upon the Costilla (rib) turn-off and head due east, straight into the mountains themselves. We follow Costilla Creek in all it’s rich and moist greenness compared to where we live up on a high and dry, piñon covered mesa range of the mountains. My honey fishes while I photograph anything and everything I think is beautiful. One little spot next to the creek was so green and cool and smelled so sweet….
I’ve posted this somewhere because I love it so, but for now it inspired my still feeling under the weather brain.
so I doodled and played with three (tres) which turned into four (quatro) white (blanco) water (aqua) flowers (flores)
I used Paynes Grey, cadmium yellow pale, sap green and viridian hue green, all Winsor Newton colors.
Today is/was my Grandmothers birthday. She always remembered mine because I was born two days before hers. It was one of our special things that she shared with just me. I miss Grandma Hogard (my father’s mother).
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