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Sunday, June 6, 2010

High and Wild #29

A golden eagle in front of Barronette Peak, Yellowstone National Park. I painted this one after I got home, but I knew I wanted to paint it and photographed the peak while I was there. It was inspired by watching two golden eagles soaring way up there, at over 10,000 feet in elevation. The eagle should actually be much smaller, but then I was afraid you wouldn't see it.

Pelican Pen on Strathmore 140# cold press watercolor paper.

1 comment:

Teri C said...

The feeling of height and vastness is just wonderful here Elva. Beautiful!