Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Old ranch house

This is one of those quintessentially bucolic scenes, sketched at a ranch on Mt. Sharp Road, a few miles outside Drippin' Springs, Texas. It was another scortching hot day with not much shade to be found.


joseph's art and stuff said...

Love it. Reminds me of cabins I find in the woods up here in the pacific northwest. With different trees.

Susan Rudat said...

Thank you Joseph. Do they cabins have the tin rooves? They probably have alot more moss and organic matter growing on them.

joseph's art and stuff said...

The ones still being used usually have a tin or metal roof. The old abandoned homesteads are cedar shake... and there is lots of moss. Over on the other dide of the state there's even more moss.