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Thread: Monti Sibillini Flowering

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    Monti Sibillini Flowering

    First work using ArtRage only... I'm tryng to understand the app. :wink:
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    Beauty! Tuscany again? Looks like California in certain places at certain times of the year. . . and today ain't one of em. heh. Rain storm.

    Love the impasto strokes and the indication of the type of flowery plants. Looks like it's viewed from a road cause we see them in their entirety.

    Makes me want to travel again.

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    Fantastic painting !
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey
    Tuscany again? Looks like California in certain places at certain times of the year. . .
    Thankz for the kind comment overall...

    Well, it's not Tuscany, but very close: Umbria.
    It's what you would call a flat "mesa", located between the "Sibillini Mountains", at 1400 meters on sea-level. It's famous for its very exclusive flowering (it comes randomly during a range of months from march to august). They produce there just biological "lentils" ( a DOC procuct, the very best of the world)... The zone is a "must see" for the ones who loves wild nature and for photography-addicted: I am both two 8)
    If ever you will travel in Italy at the right moment (flowering) it worth a couple days visit... even because of the good food and wine you can taste To Castelluccio di Norcia, a beautiful place.
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    Oh stunning. That's a gorgeous place you've painted. I love the dramatic sky over the plains as well.
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    Spectacular, Drake! You and Bumble have really cornered the market on skies. I look forward to seeing more of your work.

    David

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    hiya drake.....you sure have got the colouring of the plain grasses and the flowers good,I like the way you have done the distant mountains as well...good picture,well done.... Jack.
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    Wow!!!
    I really feel like I am a world traveller with all you folks painting these wonderful scenes for us
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    lovely drake blake...the flowers have been captured in such a relaxed yet pretty way


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