An original oil painting of a thick, early morning fog in the tall grasslands of India. A lone tree is popping out of the fog as the birds and dirt road disappear into the thick fog.
This painting was inspired by a photograph I took several years ago on a trip to India in the Jim Corbett National Park. Many photographers travel to this park and spend many days riding Jeeps on the dusty roads in hopes of catching a glimpse of the tigers and elephants that live in the 200 sq miles this park comprises. On our visit, we were lucky enough to see the wild elephants and many smaller species residing here, but I really enjoyed the silent beauty of the early morning fog obscuring what might be hiding in the tall, dry grasses.