I painted this "shed" the first day. The light was terrific and I could not resist the addition of the red can.
The next day by the river the air was very misty and there was a lot of smoke from the wildfires several hundred miles south. The result was a very subdued painting. I added a few hard edges to take the eye back, but kept the composition and the palette, much like the day, subdued.
The Seattle fisheries dock provided lots of opportunities to paint. In the morning, I painted an old boat that had seen better days, the hull had originally been painted a turquoise blue, which showed through a lot of rust. In the afternoon, I turned my easel and painted a large yellow truck - such fun. This one painted itself!