Artwork, travel, and musings by artist, Gail H. Shelton.
Saturday, July 26, 2014
Even if there weren't any amazing wildlife in the Galapagos, just the scenery was worth the trip. Here are some scenes from early in the morning on our last day, on Fernandina island. The sunrise over the water was spectacular. There was just something about the black lava rock, blue water and sky, and white sand. So, I decided to paint one of the landscapes in my book. I also like the graphic black silhouettes of the birds against the clouds.
It is such a primeval place. It just seemed so untouched and pristene...just the way God created it. It was truly easy to worship there...to see God's hand in all of the amazing creation around us.