Sky painting of a red sunset from Broughty Ferry
A small outdoor oil painting from Broughty Beach – Dawn Study 8
With some of the strange weather we’ve had lately, I keep expecting to see a tornado over Fife (not the RAF kind) …but I suppose I’d better not tempt fate.
A painting of clouds angled in to the horizon at sunrise overlooking the North Sea
Ok. Knitted clouds isn’t exactly the technical term…
This oil rig has almost been photographed as many times as my rabbit…
The sky as it evolved tonight, in photos and a pencil sketch.
Clouds over the Tay on the 2nd of March
A back lit cloud with reflected light from the river bouncing back up and illuminating its lower surfaces.
One cloud moving towards the viewer over the space of a few minutes
Broughty Ferry lifeboat and the inshore rib tonight.
River Tay. Minimalist mist
Another unfinished canvas from last year….finished eventually! The second of two canvases blocked out and very quickly painted during a beautiful sunrise in October seen from Broughty Ferry Castle.
One storm system after another since Christmas with only and occasional calm clear day in between.
That’s 6 continuous weeks of it now.
Painted outdoors overlooking Broughty Ferry beach. Low cloud far away on the horizon and a clear sky above with just a few long strips of high altitude clouds catching ……
A windless morning as the mist seemed first to clear, then return. It ebbed and flowed around the river for a few hours. Now it’s noon and it’s just beginning to clear with the sun shining through a pure white fogbank over the water.
An unusual sunrise, even for the River Tay. It extended across the whole sky and a band of low mist floated just above the water over Fife.
Contrails over Tayport today.