We leave Tucson like this.
5,000 feet later, we use our expert plein air eyeballs to scope out and find the perfect view. It is not a good idea to look into the sun (see below), nor is it good to have the sun shining on your painting (see above)-that’s right, we are demonstrating for you what not to do!
Sometimes a rock is all it takes.
Or some perfect geometry.
I go for this old oak in the shade. All this plein airing is starting to wear on us. Can’t we just go out and not paint for once? Ha!
I’m out of control! Down beast.
How about a flower break. Better.
And some nice relaxing pattern.
Hi Gay! (at least one of us is painting). She’s got a great shot of Baboquivari, a very important peak to the Tohono O’Odam.
…and…anyone for some cloud i.d.? How about areo swinus maximus.