40 comments on “Summer Horizon

    • I imagine you have as many of these open pastures around where you like as I do…They’re sure nice aren’t they when you can just watch the cows grazing.
      Thanks for commenting, Leslie!
      Deb xx

    • No, it’s not far from your beach house. Your house faces the ocean, behind you house about 1/4 mile is a main road. Right across the road is the field before it run into the sound. And there is plenty of room for you to test out your rockets…Just be careful not to burn the grass with the rocket sparks.
      xx

    • Hi Jake, nice to see you here!
      I’m glad you like the painting, and thank you for commenting!
      Have a great day, my friend!
      Deb xx

    • Where this painting has pastel colors, it it not created with pastel, but is a digital painting.
      Thank you, Krystiana!
      Hugs, Deb xx

  1. I don’t know how Ian knew it was Clover grass – I wouldn’t know! It’s a dreamy picture, really dreaming. I like it very much 🙂

    • It’s just field grass…You knew it was grass, that’s all that matters. I’m glad you like the painting.
      Hugs, Deb xx

  2. I look at this grassy field and smile. I love the idea of cows, horse or sheep keeping it cut.
    Yesterday while driving home I saw some deer grazing in an alfalfa field. My thoughts said they were tending to the farmer’s field for him, so in spring the renewal would begin.
    Rx

    • They are helping when they graze. And for what they don’t graze, the farmer will put in bales so they can feed them trough the winter months. It works out so well.
      I’m glad you like the painting, thanks for commenting, Raven…It’s always a joy for me when you visit!
      Hugs, Deb xx

  3. Again I’m struck by the beauty of where you live. It must be breathtaking to see such huge wide open spaces of grassy fields. I love your little cow too!! so cute:)
    Have a wonderful night Deb.
    Big hugs, Nikki

    • It’s very beautiful country here…Actually there is much forest all around me, but some of the neighbors use there land for farming and have rid their land of trees so they can do so. I love walking by them and feeling like I’m bigger world than I realize….The same sort of feeling I get at the beach, only dry.
      Thanks for commenting, Nikki!
      Big Hugs, Deb xx

  4. I love the way you captured the subtle colors of the sky in this one instead of the bright primaries. This is a lovely calming scene that should go on a CD cover for a beautiful nature soundtrack 🙂

  5. It’s amazing how much a cow can eat…! A wonderful sight Deb!
    and a reminder to keep faith and hopefully the spring will hurry along in so we can
    watch the grazing cows soon.
    hugs Traceyx

    • Yes, they can pack it away! Nature’s lawnmowers they are. I’m looking forward to Spring too so I can see them everywhere out in the open pastures.
      Hugs, Deb xx

    • Just close your eyes and go for a walk there too. I did that, and manage to create it. So if I can create it, you can walk it…One more thing, Bob…Move to the country, you would love it. 🙂
      Hugs, Deb xx

  6. Is this a new style for you, Deb? I love the sunsetty bits in the sky and the texture of the pathway through the pasture looks almost furry! 🙂

    • Yes, it is. I’ve been working with digital painting these days. I wanted the grass to look like it needed cutting…natural.
      Thanks for commenting, Val!
      Hugs, xx

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