Penguins at Piney Falls

Penguins at Piney Falls

Penelope and Louis are at it again. In my last painting, they found themselves in the desert. This is the third in a series. After playing in the desert sand they made their way east to Fall Creek Falls State Park. Although Penelope and Louis are a figment of my imagination this location is not. It is very much a real location. Piney Falls is one of many in this Park. The noise of the falls, and the peace and beauty surrounding it make it a great destination for our two love birds. Their artic snowy memories have faded into wooded bliss, and so they will stay awhile and relax. World Penguin Day is April 25th. Crazy I know. But hey, it helps me with coming up with silly painting ideas. This painting was painted on three pine board planks.

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2 thoughts on “Penguins at Piney Falls

  1. I seen a documentary on them about how the males and females raise their young from an egg in brutal sub zero temperatures. It is incredible what they go through. They also fly under water, and walk like people yet they are birds. The males and females are also very loyal to one another. They are just incredible creatures in a lot of aspects. Just google emperor penguin and do a quick little read on them. Thank you for stopping by my blog!

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