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en Plein Air - Hout Bay Harbour

These are some of the views from our en plein air Tuesday morning sessions. Many paintings get recycled but every now and then there are some that I want to keep. For the moment anyway.

Hout Bay Harbour is home to the famous Snoekies fish shop. Last week I bought some Kablejou there and cooked it for supper. It was the best fish I think I have ever tasted! Next week that will definately be a stop for me before going home after our usual morning painting.


Art with Liz said…
Absolutely fantastic, Carol. You didn't show me the second one and I love it! And seeing Amy - I am making plans to join you.
Barbara Pask said…
Beautiful Carol, you really handled the foggy misty view great. I would keep this too.
Anonymous said…
I love the way you captured the misty day. Your colors are nice and subtle. A lovely painting.
Carol said…
Thanks Liz ... I will believe that when I see it! but please do, you have no idea what you are missing out on!
Carol said…
Thanks for the visit Barbara. Funny, I always land up painting misty scenes, must be a hidden meaning somewhere there!

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