Wednesday, 17 October 2018

St Augustine's Church, Hedon, East Yorkshire.

Early afternoon painting, before the sun got round the back of the church. A little looser than normal but such a wonderful view of the church, with the blazing sycamore to the right. The tractor was used after I had started the painting which would not have been a problem normally but the excessive fumes given off by a redundant exhaust system meant that I had to stop every time he passed by. Choking, thick, black smoke. After this I popped round to St. Augustine's to sketch the interior again. Thankyou for the key by the way. Perhaps one more visit is needed to finish that. Before going round to the church I took George along the old railway line and made this up.

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