blue ridge parkway, days one and two: the mountains of north carolina and virginia

few friends know: while my drawing and painting has always been figurative, in truth I've longed to be a landscape painter.

problems inherent with conveying mountain majesties:

1-- scale of reproduced image is woefully inadequate

2-- focus of any image is a fraction of human bicameral vision

nevertheless...

highlights from our two days on the 'inspirational' blue ridge parkway, in no particular order:

don't assume for a moment dog's don't experience awe

don't assume for a moment dog's don't experience awe

(sincere apologies to my dear friend in charleston, sc:

1-- apologies for not representing our visit on the blog. I chose to keep it private

2-- apologies for the brevity of our stay; my soul called urgently for the road

saving my seat

saving my seat