Trees Overlooking Little Lake, Northwest River

These tall and spindly spruces grow on the side of a cliff that plunges down into the water. The hillside is thick with trees and each one has to grow as high and as thin as possible to get the most sunlight during the growing season.
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Trees Overlooking Little Lake, Northwest River

Watercolor on Saunders Waterford paper, 5″ x 7″, signed and dated
This painting is currently on exhibition.  For purchasing information, and other
inquiries email mavis.penney@gmail.com
www.mavispenneystudios.com

Visit “Off the Highway” our “100 Days 100 Paintings” blog to see more landscapes from Labrador, Canada and Nebraska, U.S. A.   http://offthehighway.wordpress.com/

 

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One Response to “Trees Overlooking Little Lake, Northwest River”

  1. […] the rapids on Little Lake, the water is always open because of the strong current flowing through the narrow channel. In […]

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