|The river Ouse at Piddinghoe, Sussex
The church here is has an unusual round tower and surrounded by a mass of snowdrops in early Spring.
|Brick kiln at Piddinghoe
It all looked so very colourful (unlike my black and white photo ) and the reflections upon the river as it headed out to sea made the view just perfect to paint!
|"Piddinghoe Reflections" Acrylic on canvas
Prints, cards, bags ....
available at Here
Finally, an extract from Rudyard Kipling's Poem "Sussex"
"And the deep ghylls that breed
Huge oaks and old, the which we hold
No more than Sussex weed;
Or south where windy Piddinghoe’s
Begilded dolphin veers
And red beside wide-bankèd Ouse
Lie down our Sussex steers. "