We were able to get the pontoon before my Nephew returned home after being with us for three weeks. Our first day out Terry took the boys out on Lake Eustis. Next he took myself, Cristy, and the girls out circling an area of the lake while Ron worked on his bass boat dealing with engine issues.
Once Ron and his family left, Terry and I did a little sight seeing traveling down the Dead River that connects Lake Eustis with Lake Harris. My favorite has to be the Dead River as it's quiet, beautiful with the cypress trees, and lots of wildlife along the banks. Dead River is not very wide compared to other rivers I've been on. Just so peaceful!
While out on Lake Harris, there was this opening between pine trees where these three palms sat. They just sing out to be noticed.
Pen and Ink in the handbook.
Along the Dead River on either side were Anhingas sitting with wings stretched wide as they sun bathed drying off after diving for food. This guy had finished drying and I caught him just as he commenced to fly off.
Strathmore Visual Watercolor journal, Pilot Falcon fountain pen and QoR watercolors.
These other two watercolor sketches are from other outings weeks/months earlier from photos. Both worked in the Strathmore Visual Watercolor journal. The flowers using a ballpoint pen and the bench and door using the Pilot Falcon fountain pen. Both using QoR watercolors.