Schroon River, River St. in the village of Warrensburg, NY, and well within the "blue line" that delineates the Adirondack park.
Notice the snowflakes on the paint.
The bright light felt cool in tone, (at first) but I felt compelled to key it up (with a touch of cadmium lemon) I had mixed in too much and had to go back on it, but it still felt too warm, maybe it brought out the sun to match my paint.
I'm feeling like the river is leading your eye out of the picture, there were some nice things about the scene, but, I think what I saw at first wasn't what I got, (is it ever?)
Kinda weird to do such a pure scene behind a guard rail, maybe that's what was a bit off for me today, it's also been almost a week since my last painting, so I felt rusty!
It really was a great spot even with the road, I've said I didn't like to work along side roads, but when there's a guard rail, at least I'm not scared of getting hit, it was also pretty quiet, I had one visitor, an older gentleman who lived across the street, so not much public interaction, and you know what i think of that!
I found this place to park, and plenty of riverfront to tramps around on to find the spot.