Oil, 24" x 36"
©2009 Thomas Anderson
The Yellow-billed Magpie forages in the freshly mowed hay. The last of the seasonal rains move through California in May. No rain again until September or October. For a few months in the winter and spring, the coastal ranges of mountains and hills, here near Paso Robles, are a lush, green carpet of fecundity which cannot be anything other than celebrated.
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