Friday, December 5, 2014

tree-babies




tucked away in the nooks and crannies of the 
North Carolina Appalachian mountains 
are rows and rows of evergreen firs and pines
that will someday be brilliantly decorated in celebration
of the most important day of the entire year!

grow strong, little tree-babies!



{supplies used to journal one of my favorite views from
our neighborhood gazebo in banner elk:
moleskine watercolor journal, koi watercolor, derwent inktense pencils,
pitt pens, micron pens, 6B graphite pencil}



6 comments:

rose of Walk in the Woods, LLC said...

What a lovely and charming image!

Margaret said...

Gorgeous :) Love the smell of real trees but we have an artificial one. I won't buy a real one because there's bound to be at least one spider in it eeeeeeek!!!!!!!

Createology said...

So perfectly drawn for this magical holiday season. May you savor every wonderful sight and sound and warm scent while sipping hot chocolate. Blessings and Peace and Joy Dear...

Linda Kittmer said...

Love this image Lori. Your drawing is always so inspiring.

Jeanette said...

Lori,
Simply lovely, just like everything you do!!!
Oh, the fragrant aroma...
XoooX,
Jeanette

Sandi Keene said...

Ooh, I love this! I was in WNC recently and we drove past two christmas tree farms on the road up the mountain to our rental house. What a treat that was.

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