August – the lazy hazy days of summer….

‘Remember to be gentle with yourself and others.    We are all children of chance and none can say why some fields blossom while others lay brown beneath the August sun.’   Kent Nerburn – American author.

The Brecon Beacons, Wales – rapid watercolour


Some magical hummingbirds for a Monday morning – watercolour


A Bientôt

22 thoughts on “August – the lazy hazy days of summer….

  1. First Night Design

    The Brecon Beacons painting is utterly stunning, Janet. As I scrolled down to see the full picture, I found my heart and soul lifting with joy, if that makes sense. Hugs for a magical hummingbird week! 😀

    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      Thank you so much….what a lovely comment. I lived in the Brecon Beacons National Park for twelve years, and was stunned by the beauty of it, every single day. Janet:)x

  2. teagan geneviene

    Janet I love those shades of blue. And these hummingbirds are particularly lovely.
    (I nearly missed this post, because my “Reader” gets so overloaded. I’m going to try and get set up to get your posts via email.) Hummingbird hugs! 🙂

  3. Peter Wells aka Countingducks

    The quote resonated beautifully with me and your painting of the Brecon Beacons reminds me that, in some miraculous way, you always seem to start with the essence of a person or place, which makes the physicality of the painting truly remarkable in my opinion.

    1. janetweightreed10 Post author

      Thank you. Your comments are always much appreciated. I don’t consider myself to be a landscape painter, but living in the beautiful Brecon Beacon National Park for twelve years, was to say the least, inspiring. Janet

  4. Lottie Nevin

    You are wonderfully talented. I love your Brecon Beacons. Beautifully bright and vibrant. It reminds me of the moor that we used to live on in Yorkshire. Same colours and tones, same energy. Perfect.


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