Alder Boys

January 25, 2021 § 6 Comments

Alder Boys © Lynn Wiles 2021
Close up of Alder male catkins. Used for my ‘perpetual sketchbook’. If you would like to see what I have done so far, please visit (and follow) https://www.instagram.com/wiles_nature/ and remember that I am very new to watercolors.

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§ 6 Responses to Alder Boys

  • I’d love to see your watercolours but sadly I’m not subscribed to instagram or facebook so viewing as an outsider is not permitted! I think it was in the middle of the pandemic that Instagram changed it’s rules but it’s quirky. Sometimes I am able to view instagram pages and then other times I’m denied access and I have no understanding why this happens. I will try your instagram page another day to see if I can sneak a look… 🙂

    • lynnwiles says:

      I’m sorry. I didn’t know. I guess I was logged in when I copied the link. Maybe I could post some of the images on this blog, but it took a lot of courage to even post the link.

      • No worries. I think the issue about being able to see or not while not a member of Instagram is hit and miss. I understand about posting artwork. It calls upon different skills and different challenges than photography.
        I have a friend who paints watercolours. Her artwork is no doubt very different from your own. Often urban scenes which tend to feature a lot of dogs and I know you are a dog lover 🙂
        Below is a link to her WordPress site in case you are interested to take a look. I think she updates her Facebook page more often than WordPress.
        https://neowatercolour.com/
        Best wishes 🙂

      • lynnwiles says:

        Yes, very different work, but you know I love all things DOG.

  • Meanderer says:

    I’ve just had a look at your Instagram page and your work is wonderful! I don’t have an account with Instagram or facebook either but I learned a way of viewing instagram posts by right-clicking on an image and opening each one in a new tab. That way, one can view posts.

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