Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Chatterbox Falls



It was a long motor off the main path, but about 40 miles of traveling through Prince of Wales Reach, and other granite lined waterways, we made it through Malibu Rapids and in to Princess Louisa Inlet. Our prize? Chatterbox Falls. And a theater of mountains rising with their sheer faces 2000-3000 feet above and old growth lumber covered in moss dripping with dew.




4 comments:

bullwinkle said...

Great looking views. Did you paint while there, are take reference photos?

Katherine van Schoonhoven said...

I'm painting as we go but also taking reference photos. Some spots are hard to get an easel to, so a photo will do. Do you paint en plein air?

alyson said...

Love looking and reeading about everything. Beautiful Hows the poetry going?

bullwinkle said...

I love painting en plein aire, but haven't been getting out much lately. Whenever I read the articles in the "Pastel Journal", I'm amazed as to how many pastel artists work from photos. Most of my murals are from my head, but actually painting on location gives one's art more credibility. Hopefully I'll get out next week. On the road this week with a mural in a client's home.