North to Alaska
Oil on board, 5" x 7"
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From bluffs near Honolua Bay, looking north across the vast ocean. It was mind-boggling to think that the nearest land in this direction would probably be the Aleutian Islands off Alaska, maybe 2500 miles away.
I'm really looking hard, but I fail to see any sign of an iceberg on the horizon...
Where did you get such thoughts in lovely Hawaii???
Your painting is soothing and beautiful.
Some people feel a sort of phobia about being out there so far away from anything else. Hawaii is outstanding (in its ocean), over 3000 miles from a continent and 2000 from another island. No wonder your little bush on the bluff looks so lonely.
Hi Susan--I couldn't see any polar bears either. :^} Thanks for your thoughts.
I guess that's what they call "island fever," isn't it, Sam? I don't know, it might affect me that way over time too. I'd like to have a chance to find out, though.
When you think about it, we're all living on islands, aren't we? It's just a matter of size.
It's only an island when you're in the water ;) ....sorry...the warmer weather brings out the "Jaws" in me lol Sure enjoying all the island paintings Don, look forward to them each day.
A lovely little piece.
Guess you're right, Micah. :^) Glad you're enjoying the series.
I thank you, Bill.
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