Thursday, October 24, 2019

An Artist's Masterful Touch...

Going on little excursions gives life a bit of pizazz.

Last week, while hosting house guests, we took a few jaunts and had lots of fun.

One of them was to the top of a Mt. Greylock in Western Massachusetts.

The views of the foliage-filled valley below were quite outstanding.

Luckily, I avoided slinking to the floor of the car, despite my absolute terror of heights, because my niece drove the car, instead of me.

There will be a separate post on what it was like at the top of Mt. Greylock.

One of the things I absolutely loved was a container with beautiful, painted images.

Actually, I think it was meant for donations and someone painted the outside in a truly masterful way.

The amzing painted images, done in such precise detail, are shown in this post.

Kudos to the artist are definitely in order.



diane stetson said...

Very pretty art work. I like all art work except contemporary art. It's not my thing but every thing else is wonderful.

Linda O'Connell said...

I remember scootching to the floorboard once in Colorado when we went through a mountain pass. The artwork is lovely. I love to take jaunts down the back roads instead of highways.

Chatty Crone said...

I liked the art work, but I LOVED the photo you captured - it was so gorgeous there!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love, sandie

SImple and Serene Living said...

What a beautiful place. Our leaves are just starting to change here. I can empathize on the fear of heights. xo Laura

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Always nice to explore. I especially love art that takes something utilitarian from plain to awesome! That container is beautiful and fits into it's surroundings perfectly.

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what a view. loved the artwork.

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