More 'Walking At Night', my series of images of the forest at dusk and beyond. While I walk often in York Regional Forest, Hollidge Tract and I remain endlessly fascinated by it's moods at or near dusk. The sky is always interlaced with branches and the depths are dark with hemlocks. Grand vistas and glorious sunsets are not part of Hollidge Tract's repertoire. In winter, sunsets are most often obscured by clouds but an observant eye will see the colours of the sunset refracted from the sky onto the landscape in an ever changing transformation. Hollidge Tract begs you to look closer and look again.
This view is of the south trail, looking east, just before actual sundown.
Image: 8”x10” watercolour cold-pressed paper, watercolour, coloured pencil, fine sand and acrylic gel.