Station Road

Station Road

Very unusual view and very interesting lighting. Love the bare branches weaving across the painting and the touches of autumn leaves on the right foreground. Very nice feeling to this painting.

Wow that was quick Thea! I stood under the railway bridge to take the photo of the second one. It was an incredibly sunny day last Sunday. I wish I could have got more light across the very top of the ivy across the bridge. Tried to get up onto the old private walkway but it was impassable as was the footpath into a beautiful little wood with a waterfall.

Yes, interesting view. Nicely done.

Lovely painting. We have a few of these old railtrack walks in Derbyshire where wild flowers are in abundance, very quiet too, can see lots of different birds and butterflies. I like the view from under the bridge.

Diana you have been busy? Lovely perspective looking through two bridges. Lovely painting very good foreground trees. Love the recession. Really well done.

Missed these last four postings of yours. All very well done, especially like the sheep and the turbines. Cogratulations on your success in the W & N competion, well done you.

Beautiful gallery, Diana. Thank you for your comments and sorry for posting so many paintings yesterday. I wasn't aware of the rules.

love this too, in fact all of your recent works,...just super...wish i had you enthusiasm. !!!! lol oh ive just seen the above comment from Val..!!! oh Diana what congrats are needed,..?? did you win in some catergory of the W & N compo..!! do tell me.....if you drop by my gallery.?

Have enjoyed looking through your gallery, and like this in particular. Such an intersting composition, a view within a view. Lovely detail in the foreground and very competent technique.

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Watercolour 14 x 10 on NOT. There used to be a railway station; long since succumbed to Beeching so now the road is just a track. The two bridges are the rail bridge and the private bridge belonging to the family from the big house who had their own private walkway and entrance to the station.

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Diana Hudson

I am Diana Hudson, a Lancashire lass who grew up in a little village outside Burnley. I travelled extensively and worked all over the world before returning to my roots in the Pendle area. As a dog breeder and judge, I specialised in pet portraits for over 20 years before adding portraits,…

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