Change of Scenery

U sually on a drawing day the massive industrial harbour at Halifax is my destination but on this day it was not. Instead, I headed off to the Minas Basin which is part of the Bay of Fundy.

The morning was idillic. The sights and sounds of trains and cranes were replaced by a slight breeze moving leaves on tree branches and the occasional call from local birds. Not much was stirring as the tide moved out exposing red mud cliffs above the shoreline. A very different spot to draw but none the less exciting to be a part of.

What a difference a few days make when I realized that just last week I had found time to make it to the opposite shore and render a image of Blomidon itself which would be a short drive along the road to the left of this site. 

The view from that outing can be seen at Perfect Timing.