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Mares In The Mountain Mists

Mares In The Mountain Mists
Mares In The Mountain Mists

Mares In The Mountain Mists

Jennifer Marshall

Regular price $3,000.00

Jennifer Marshall

Original 60 x 50cm oil on canvas on board

Framed size 71.5 x 61.5

$3,000

We entered the Barrington Tops National Park through a gate and there around the corner was a yellow sign with a horse on it! Now what horses could possibly inhabit a National Park. Probably Brumbies! So we kept a sharp lookout but caught no sight of them. We camped for the night at the Pol Blue campsite, still no sign of brumbies. We left early, in the wet mountain mists draping themselves over the landscape and crossed Pol Blue Creek. There by the side of the road under a large gum tree was piles of steaming horse dung! We stopped and got out, and followed their hoof-prints down to where they crossed the creek, but they had got away before we sighted them, warned by the sound of our car! So this is how I imagined them trotting through the mist.

 

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Jennifer Marshall

Original 60 x 50cm oil on canvas on board

Framed size 71.5 x 61.5

$3,000

We entered the Barrington Tops National Park through a gate and there around the corner was a yellow sign with a horse on it! Now what horses could possibly inhabit a National Park. Probably Brumbies! So we kept a sharp lookout but caught no sight of them. We camped for the night at the Pol Blue campsite, still no sign of brumbies. We left early, in the wet mountain mists draping themselves over the landscape and crossed Pol Blue Creek. There by the side of the road under a large gum tree was piles of steaming horse dung! We stopped and got out, and followed their hoof-prints down to where they crossed the creek, but they had got away before we sighted them, warned by the sound of our car! So this is how I imagined them trotting through the mist.