Today, a walk in the forest!
The idea of wandering off into the woods on some great adventure with a hint of danger, brings me back to the world of childhood memories. I grew up in an area where there were plenty of places to head out an explore, a paradise for a group of young lads!
We would take off in the morning with sandwiches and juice into the countryside around the town. I remember a gang of us walking for hours trying to find a crow’s nest between the horns of a cow of which we had heard about…. innocent times!
I hope you like the painting, it was created using the Bob Ross wet-on-wet technique.
Very nice. It remind me of taking walks when I went camping as a child.
Thank you. Spending time with nature as a child is a great life experience, it something we never forget 🙂
So lush and deep – the woods –
I love your capture of the path found there 🙂
Thank you, I like the mystery of it too 🙂
a crows nest tween the horns of a cow? 😀 brilliant!
Looking back on it now I think the adults were looking for a bit of piece and quiet that day! 🙂
Thanks for sharing your memory too:)
I like this .Looks very nice and relaxing like a walk in the Woods.
Thanks Hanno,wish I could get well enough to enjoy the great outdoors again…..maybe one day,I love nature.
I wish you all the best.
Love this! and still love a walk in the woods when I can get away. The light in your art perfectly captures the feel of a dark, moonlit, slightly creepy walk in the evening woods. Thank you for sharing this with us!
Thanks Debra,that’s a lovely thing to say,it makes me smile !. 🙂
I’ve always loved nature, walking in the woods is always amazing, used to do it with someone I love some time ago…quite nice memories! Awesome painting I really love it!
Thanks,glad you like it,great memories for me too ! 🙂
Beautiful painting. 🙂
Thank you 🙂
Love the picture and the memory. I was raised in the city. No woods. But once a year, about this time my parents would take us camping for three weeks. I still have so many great memories about my brothers and I exploring. Even still, we didn’t have the freedom you speak of, We had to stay within yelling distance. We would go to the nightly campfire talks where we were taught about the dangers and beauties of the forest. Rattlesnakes, poison oak, Hell’s Angels were some of the dangers that made real exploration SCARY. Your picture make me think of wolves. Do I hear a howl?
Oh, I just noticed the title and started singing of Teddy bears!
Thanks for your comment,the only thing to be afraid of in the woods in Ireland is the fierce Honey Badger,thanks for making me laugh. 🙂
Love the pic. Its filled with whimsy
Thank You,it sort of reminds me of Alice in Wonderland type stuff…you said it perfectly,whimsy ! 🙂
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Glorious colours 😉
Thank You 🙂