Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Merry Christmas!

"Winter Along Bluebird Road"
Photograph © Bruce A. Morrison

Well the solstice is past us now...the days will start to get longer!  OK, not by much at first but it's the thought that counts!  Hope you had a chance to view the total lunar eclipse on the solstice!  That will never happen again in our life time.  I had all my camera gear set and ready to go but when I got up at 1:30 a.m. to check it out here, the sky was still overcast and not any sign of even where the moon was.  Luck of the draw I guess.

The native pasture here is now pretty much buried in snow since the last blizzard a week and a half ago.  I've been plastered to the easel and doing framing work and orders.  

The Christmas cards have all been printed, written in, and mailed!  That's quite a job, one I've been doing now for 46 years I believe.  I didn't do a painting this year as I am working on commissioned work their right now, so I printed cards with the header image above.

Georgie and I wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a great Christmas, holiday season, and a wonderful and prosperous New Year in 2011!  It's hard to believe this year is almost history but that's what happens to you when you're busy I guess!  But it will be Spring again before we know it, so enjoy your holiday season and Winter while you can!

See you next year in the studio!

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