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This was Day Five of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS http://www.cpaws-ov-vo.org/) supported DRAW (Dumoine River Art for Wilderness) 2019. We were all eco-artists trying to assist with the awareness of the importance of wilderness in modern society.
I moved downstream to the next rocky ledge to try one more painting of the Grand Chute. This location offered another hour or so of shade. It was getting hot. Cirrostratus had blanketed the sky. Rain was indeed on the way. The midday lighting is a challenge. The large rock in centre left is a favourite jumping rock just upstream from the quiet pool where I also like to swim. A family were enjoying the excitement of leaping into that pool while I painted.
October 2nd, 2019
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