Mt. Haynes, Again and Again • January 4, 2015
I’m in the midst of one of my best creative bursts in recent memory! It began a few days ago when I decided to pound out an image or two of one of my favorite peaks, Mt. Haynes in Yellowstone National Park. I didn’t care one bit whether or not I managed to do something decent. I just needed to clear cobwebs before settling down to some serious mark making after nearly a month off. It’s not unusual when I do such a thing, to manage nothing more than inky messes, which by the way, are still just as likely to lead to new, unexpected moves. This time though, the going has been great! I’ve finished four very rambunctious pictures and have a couple more coming along! This doesn’t happen to me very often, so I hope you will forgive my crowing a little!
I had thought to begin with, that these would all be night scenes, but now some look more like stormy weather. It doesn’t matter! I particularly like the visceral surface and texture I somehow managed in the first picture.
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