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Today’s Postcard: Amroth after the rain
Watson Jones suggested an early walk along the path from Wisemans Bridge to Amroth, and its huge views to Gower were portentous and slightly Hardy-esque but without lonely death or ironic demise. The hedges already have a few promising blackberries, although I may have been a couple of days too early as my withered mouth will testify. Not as bad as when my brother and I dared each other to eat sloes mind you.
Paint: (on my Ritec Red homemade earthy paint): an odd sky of Light Pink, Ivory Black and Titanium White with a jay-like flash of Cobalt Blue; Permanent Mauve headland towards Pendine and Ginst point; Ivory Black, Kings Blue Pale and T. White in the sea with Viridian and I. Black for the hedges.
Brush: Sizes 2 and 4 round (synthetic).
Hwyl, hope you like the painting,
Watson Jones, cairn terrier and hedge warlock. He dared me to pick a mushroom of debatable origin too.
Eloise: wonderful wife and today’s breakfast chef: sensibly not a fan of les champignons sauvage…