Posted by: rosanneguille | February 10, 2010

Gouliot headland



Wind NW force six, gusting more in the sleet/snow showers.  Clear skies slowly gave way to dark clouds and as I sat painting on the south side of the rocky outcrop the wind picked up and I had to take shelter as the snow really blew in.  As quickly as it had come, it was gone and the sky and sea turned the brightest of blues.  During the blizzard there were flocks of small birds rushing to take shelter in the gorse and bracken.  A totally exhilarating hour’s painting.

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