My husband's cousin posted this picture on Facebook yesterday with the cute little comment, 
"There is grass under there waiting to be mowed."

I had been fiddlin' around with a new app I got for my IPad.  

It is called Waterlogue and I LOVE it.

Oh, there's lots of talk going around the internet about how people will try to use it and pass it off as a real watercolor.  

But, to me if I like it, I like it and don't care how it's done.

Granted, I wouldn't want to pay top dollar for a digital watercolor but as many of you know

some of my watercolor prints have a little digital work and I love what it adds to the overall look.

My digital work is my own and not that of an app.

However, to me this is just too lovely not to be enjoyed.

So what do you think and which one is your favorite?

Oh, also, just looking at these pictures gives me ideas of how I would begin a watercolor like this, what colors I would use--very inspiring.

And sometimes just beginning is the hard part.

We are "iced in" here.  It is beautiful but they are saying strong winds are coming in tomorrow which means the danger of tree limbs falling and power outages.

I just got word that a huge tree fell on two bedrooms of a friend's daughter's house.  They are okay, praise God.  Her name is Candace.  Please pray for her and her family as they deal with this.


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Photo credit:  My husband's cousin, John Haskin, in Michigan. He is an artist/illustrator and creates some stunning images.