8" x 8 ", Oil on Board
My camera is starting to fade. I've had it for a few years, Panasonic Lumix DMC-Z18. The zoom function is not working anymore. It still takes wonderful photos if I don't need to zoom. The battery doesn't hold charge as long as it once used to. I have other digital cameras so I'm OK but I think I will need to shop for a camera soon.
I took this little painting outside to photograph. It is a windy day today so I was careful not to leave it unattended while I fiddled with the settings. I snapped several photos and then switch to a macro setting to get some close-ups of the paint strokes when it happened. The wind gust made it lean into the lens and since this painting is still wet, it scraped a lot of the flowers off.
This painting above is the second attempt after correcting and adding the lost petals. I was going to title this painting, Hydrangeas in the Moonlight but as I was looking at it, Nocturne seemed more appropriate. Sometimes I think I get too explicit in titles. I think the mood/feel is a better way to title some pieces. Whatever works.
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