Thursday, August 23, 2007

POWDER POINT BRIDGE


This is a pastel painting I just finished of the Powder Point Bridge, a long wooden bridge that crosses Duxbury Bay to the ocean. The photo was taken very early in the morning so that I could capture this view with no cars. The lighting was beautiful -- I couldn't resist.

4 comments:

Tom said...

Hi Maria.

What a beautiful painting. You captured every detail so well. Very nice.

Tom

Maria's Photos said...

Thanks, Tom. It's good to hear from you again.

jaejae said...

hi maria! we actually have lots in common...

my wife's name is maria, too. and like you, i paint and love the arts, too. though i'm very, very new to photography hobby, i'm taking it nice and slow.

i also love My Cousin Vinny (i've fallen in love with marissa tomei after that movie and after 15 years, fell in love with her again in Wild Hogs!

i'll be your frequent visitor, for sure!

Maria's Photos said...

Thanks, Jaejae. Keep up with the photography. The more pictures you take, the better your eye will be trained to see differently. It's a great hobby. It takes me places that I might not have seen if it hadn't been for the desire to photograph something new. I definitely see the world with new eyes now. I love it! I'll be checking your blog to see how you are doing.