I made it back from the mountains and Rhonda and I survived our third annual fall sprint triathlon (Camp Yuba Tri). I am back at school and jumped back into my oil painting studio by palette knifing this little green, blue and yellow gem. It is a view from the top of Ferron canyon. I just completed the view shown below of a little bed of Asters that had escaped being eaten by the herd of sheep grazing in the area. There has been a sheep camp at the top of the canyon for several years complete with sheep herder and his friendly dogs and horses. Ferron canyon is one of many canyons that link into the Skyline Drive, a road that follows what I call the spine of Utah. The road on Skyline Drive runs along the top of a mountain range where the average altitude is around 9500 ft with the high point being 10700 feet which is just above Ferron canyon, the location of the featured painting . I have painted many paintings in the area and will continue to do so. Watch for more paintings being added to this post.
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