I want to share some mail from Facebook which I use to disseminate our Art Blog to a wider audience. Believe me, carefully handled like a new painting, Facebook can provide a wealth of interesting information and images. Recently I received three fantastic images from my Facebook contacts - two of whom are also subscribers to our blog.

The first is a most fantastic photograph taken by Chris O'Brien of New York. Chris is a subscriber and over the years we have featured in the blog some of his amazing photography. If you would like to see more of his photographs check out this blog on Through the Eyes of Chris Obrien of New York,
and this one on Bears.

Posted by Christopher O'Brien on Sunday, February 9, 2020

And then, another subscriber UK artist Michelle Reddicliffe, posted on Facebook this image of an amazing tree which is over 3000 years old.

Michelle is a very inspirational artist and you can check out these blogs on her work titled Michelle Clarissa Reddicliffe leads us towards Clarice Cliff; Michelle Reddicliffe: Imaginative & Versatile.

Click on the image and you will be take to an article and more images of this remarkable tree.

3200 Year-Old Ancient Tree Is So Large That It Took 126 Photos To Shoot It All What would you do when you find a huge tree which you can’t capture it all? You take 126 clicks!

Posted by Michelle’s Reddicliffe Art on Thursday, February 13, 2020

I also follow on Facebook The Lands End Guild of Artists, and one of their painters, Sara Bevan posted this image of her fabulous painting of the Cornish countryside, featuring hedges.

More hedges. My hedges are mostly always on the right. Being left handed it's easier that way!.....😃

Posted by Sara Bevan on Friday, February 14, 2020