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The fog in the image gives a really powerful scene. The single character walking lonely in the woods becoming more and more nervous. It all seems to becoming less and less relaxing there and he will start to quicken his pace to get out of there fast.

The fog in the image gives a really powerful scene. The single character walking lonely in the woods becoming more and more nervous. It all seems to becoming less and less relaxing there and he will start to quicken his pace to get out of there fast.

Silent Memories, 48" x 24", Oil on canvas painting - part of the Pure Shores collection from Philip Gray

Silent Memories, 48" x 24", Oil on canvas painting - part of the Pure Shores collection from Philip Gray

D.H. Lawrence :"Self-pity"  Autocommiserazione  Non mi fu mai dato di vedere un animale in cordoglio di sè  un uccelletto cadrà morto di gelo giù dal ramo senza avere provato mai pena per sè stesso.

D.H. Lawrence :"Self-pity" Autocommiserazione Non mi fu mai dato di vedere un animale in cordoglio di sè un uccelletto cadrà morto di gelo giù dal ramo senza avere provato mai pena per sè stesso.

The Sea Calls, 36" x 36", Oil on canvas painting - part of the Pure Shores collection from Philip Gray

The Sea Calls, 36" x 36", Oil on canvas painting - part of the Pure Shores collection from Philip Gray

Scandinavian winters are long and cold, with lots of snow, and very short hours of daylight. Time to sit around the fire, drink mead, and listen to the ancient stories of the Skald. Whilst outside eerie silence rules, just occasionally disrupted by our howling wolf brothers and sisters.

Scandinavian winters are long and cold, with lots of snow, and very short hours of daylight. Time to sit around the fire, drink mead, and listen to the ancient stories of the Skald. Whilst outside eerie silence rules, just occasionally disrupted by our howling wolf brothers and sisters.

Helcken Falls, on the Murtle River in Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada

Helcken Falls, on the Murtle River in Wells Gray Provincial Park in British Columbia, Canada

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