Early Wednesday morning on the photography course, Rob Stimpson met us at the dock in Haliburton. Our assignment was to interpret Head Lake in a photo essay. Impressed by the watercolour stillness of the surface and graceful gestures of grass blade and clover, I created a tribute to brush painting. View the Flash gallery: brush strokes.
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2 thoughts on “Head Lake: a photo tribute to brush painting”
I just love your photography. What a joy it must be to you, Van. Thanks for the Winnipwg essay and picture too.
You’re welcome. Photography is a pleasing mode of expression.