Sketch of the Day: Migration on a Danish Marsh Posted on September 21, 2014 by zeladoniac Posted in Art, bird art, birding, birds, Copenhagen, Denmark, Drawing, Environment, field sketching, landscapes, natural history, Nature, Sketching, travel, WildlifeTagged art, bird art, bird migration, bird watching, birds, Copenhagen, Denmark, drawing, Lapwings, life drawing, migration, natural history, Nature, shorebirds, sketchbooks, travel, watercolor, waterfowl, Wildlife Fall Migration with a few thousand shorebirds on a sandbar at Olsemagle Revle, a bird sanctuary on Køge Bay south of Copenhagen. Starlings hawked insects, an osprey cruised, a kestrel put shorebirds up into the air and then moved on without catching anyone, followed by lapwings. Mute swans cruised like sailboats. Watercolor over pencil with a few dabs of Chinese white to pick up some highlights.Stillman & Birn Alpha Series 8 1/2 x 11 sketchbook. Share this:EmailFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Wonderful! ‘Love all your sketches of your time in Denmark!