A Perky Little Bush

A few weeks ago, we took a trip up through Northern California. There was some snow which is always a treat for this Southern Californian.

While sitting in our camper, I looked out the window and saw the shapes of two bushes alongside a building. I liked how the perky bush in front was set off by the rise of the hill behind it and the taller bush and wall.

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6 Responses to A Perky Little Bush

  1. This is so beautiful. There is a calmness to it and yet it has such a spark, it’s not static and motionless. And I love the colors.

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    • Thank you Claudia, the large shape is a little like some of yours. It is funny what catches your eye, isn’t it? I think that is particularly what I like about your poetry and art, your noticing of the details of life.

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      • Thank you and yes, it is funny what gets hold of you and demands your attention and won’t let go. I was thinking about that feeling today, in fact. And how sometimes it’s something kind of odd. But then it makes a great picture. I like how that works out.


  2. She says:

    Wonderful Sarah! Love the pallet – and most especially the SNOW!!

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  3. Priti says:

    Wow excellent bushes ! 😊


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