Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Yellow Woods - Fall in Oxford - Lin Frye

Yellow Woods - Fall in Oxford by linfrye
Yellow Woods - Fall in Oxford, a photo by linfrye on Flickr.

9" x 12"
Arches 140#CP

Yellow fields have again captivated me -- and here, one of the many barns in Oxford, the yellow wildflowers and tangle of trees have almost hiding the barn.

This scene is but four miles from my home - and I carefully watch the site as the wildflowers change with the seasons. The fall's yellow flowers - rudbeckia, coreopsis, goldenrod - all mix with the wild grasses also found there. I don't venture far into the tangle - the knowledge that ticks are still active keeps me at road's edge. Still, I admire the way the changes play over this bit of rural life.

Lin Frye
North Carolina


  1. Oh my! I've seen similar views dozens of times in Autumn on drives and walks. I admire how you painted the combination of lights and darks. The picture glows with color.


  2. Another lovely work Lin. I love the red roof and the sense of distance you achieved. Good job!


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