... or Woman Who Wanders About A Bit With The Dog
coincidentally, just read this description in Far From Crowd (Madding) - "it was still the beaming time of evening, though night was stealthily making itself visible low down upon the ground, the western lines of light raking the earth without alighting upon it to any extent..."
Nice description. I love that slanty, autumnal light - fantastical on Dartmoor, lovely even in Southmead (or Westbury-on-Trym as the post office would have it ... )
Very apt, of course, Dru! Not unlike what we've been seeing here. Dartmoor: I've glimpsed some of that light in the Frouds' work. Been absent too long. Must find Communion!
Orange afternoon light against a slate-grey sky; just love the drama of it! More please!
Larry, message me your address and I'll send you one.
Done. Thanks, Deborah. Hi Dru!
I have a tattoo of a design of the three hares by Froud on my foot, but if I had known Dru before I got it done and she had drawn the three hares then, I'd have used her design because it's better.
I can believe it. But I'd believe it better if I could see it!