Glacial Valley Passage #2: Dusk

A crushing flood of ice once carved out this valley where only a river remains. Hints of an even earlier geologic upheaval, that actually created these mountain ridges angle upward like ascending musical scales through gray rock. I traced snow gathering in crevices with a rust color to express the etched surfaces of the ancient ridge. Dusk falls upon the valley, and deepening cloud cover infuses the scene with a romantic nostalgia.  A last beam of sunlight in the foreground washes across colorful drifts of spring flowers.

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Date Created: 2015
Media: Giclee fine art print
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“And if these mountains had eyes, they would wake to find two strangers in their fences, standing in admiration as a breathing red pours its tinge upon earth’s shore. These mountains, which have seen untold sunrises, long to thunder praise but stand reverent, silent so that man’s weak praise should be given God’s attention.” Donald Miller - Through Painted Deserts: Light, God, and Beauty on the Open Road