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Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Beverley Minster from near Old Hall Farm, Shepherd Lane, Beverley.


Plein air - oil on canvas board 12 x 10"
Lovely afternoon, still and quiet with everything looking very lush and green. The foreground interest is a huge pile of old cattle bedding which strangely did not smell .... too bad. I like this particular view as one can see Black Farm off Long Lane. The bushes below the Minster are, I think, elderberry. St. Mary's church tower is just indicated to the left. Very pleased to hear the call of another yellow hammer nearby, and to see swifts and swallows flying past.
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Picture pre-framed - white frame float mounted, seen here with protective masking tape still covering the frame.



1 comment:

  1. Your comments had me googling yellow hammers and elderberry bushes, both of which I'm unfamiliar with. :)
    I really like the loosely realized cattle bedding in the foreground. You can't tell what it is, but it's painted in an interesting way.

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