Atha’s pond at twilight

A different location this month, not my usual picture from Nidderdale or our local park but a picture from a photo taken near our daughter’s and son-in-law’s house east of Leeds. It’s not really called Atha’s pond but they’ve named it that so that’s what it has become. Admittedly you can’t see much of the pond so you’ll have to use your imagination. I’ve produced this as a present for their new house. It’s pastel on canvas about 3 foot by 2 and a half feet in old money.

PS. I love a nice sky.

7 Comments

Comments are closed.

  1. Double A 9 months ago

    Its Atha’s lake!! Pond makes it sound like a much smaller body of water…
    Anyway, it is absolutely beautiful and i am sure your son in law will be very grateful to own such a wonderful piece of artwork…

    • Author
      summerhouse 9 months ago

      I stand corrected!

  2. Double A 9 months ago

    It is a lake not a pond… Atha Lake sounds much more impressive!
    It really is a beautiful piece of artwork – your son in law is clearly very lucky to have such a wonderful artist as his Mother in Law…

  3. Omid 9 months ago

    This is a test comment from Omid

    • Author
      summerhouse 9 months ago

      yes this is working now

  4. Still the Lucky Few 9 months ago

    You didn’t elaborate on how the pond came to be named after “Atha”…there may be an interesting story behind that! I love the vivid hues in this picture!

    • Author
      summerhouse 9 months ago

      Atha is my daughter’s married name they named the lake (note not pond!) after themselves. Some people.

©2017 The Summer House Years // Web Design in Leeds by Marketing Originals.

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?