A funny picture of an interesting duo!
What a team, I can't see my wife and I doing that for very long some how.
Now I do. This time he won't get a sunstroke lol but he might have a few aches and pains... This is excellent!
Well that's kinda awesome that they would be there again two years later. Did they remember you?
A true "couple" of artists. He's always the model or so it seems. Thanks for the link. Have a GREAT week-end.
I dont' think I could stand there and hold that pose for very long.
What does he get in return, I wonder?
It can't be easy holding that position for very long! I wonder what he catches there? :)
Lots of patience required the fisherman :))Good Sabbath.
i am just in awe of folks who can paint like this!
I wouldn't be able to hold that pose very long. She would have to be a fast painter.
I'd tell my wife "Take a picture, it'll last longer" for I would want to be out there really fishing instead of posing for so long.
I do remember them - he's a fine guy to model for her!
Your series just gets better and better, Randy.About the Sentinel Tree and going B&W, I hadn't thought of it at all. Perhaps I'll do that before too long, see how it turns out, and then decide if I'll post it or not. Thanks for the idea!
I like the ivy on the fence. What does the man catch?:)
Excellent subject matter she was capturing on canvas. Fly fishing for trout in a New Mexico stream makes for great sport!
That's so funny. I wonder when she painted on the water, etc. Great catch!
That is funny. I wonder why she chose to paint this scene on that spot.
I hope he gets break to stretch now and then Randy :)
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