Monday, March 30, 2009

Pastoral Pastel from Ernie Howlett Park


A little valley with large stables as viewed from Ernie Howlett Park in Rolling Hills Estates. The hillside with the patches of green and the bright pink tree, muted by morning mist, made me think of a pastel painting.

14 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour Dear Tash!
Beautiful picture indeed! I was just thinking here....I hope one day people will realize that nothing is in vain ... that love exists, it is worth it to friends to donate to people that life is so beautiful, and if you can give all best of yourself and people around you... life will give you happiness!

Absolutely it would be a nice pastel painting!Have a nice day!
Léia

Vogon Poet said...

Appropriate title for a delightful image.

Miyonao said...

How nice...just gorgeous. I love it!

altadenahiker said...

This is one of my favorites of yours (and that's saying a lot.)

-K- said...

I love that hillside.

marley said...

Love the tones of colours. Really nice photo :)

m_m said...

Interesting perspective!

Miss Havisham's Tea Party said...

Tash, you have a way with a lens that is so unique and beautiful. I am so glad to have met you. Now I know you're very real and not a flying visionary fairy creature (although, you still might be that).

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

Tash, this is gorgeous. it is just like a painting. way to go!

Cafe Observer said...

Ditto de above

Bibi said...

Beautiful hillside and colors. I can smell the freshness.

exposemaximum said...

After seeing many mindblowing photographs on your blog I must say you are living in a good place.

Julie said...

I keeep seeing flashes of paintings yet without being able to put names to the artist. Post impressionists ...

Such a good eye to see this and convert it digitally, Tash. So good ...

Creative Vignettes said...

That is absolutely stunning! It has an impressionistic feeling to it!