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Canada's Okanagan Valley stretches out about 200 miles, the highway flanking interconnected lakes and rivers, with many rest stops for picnicking, sketching, photographing and gazing at the scene. The wind whistles down this valley, refreshing in summer with the hot, dry heat. Every view is filled with breathtaking beauty. This little scene is only I stopped to capture on Canada Day, July 1st, at the Oliver wetlands area at the south end of the Okanagan Valley.
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Framed in black, 9 X 12" acrylic on canvas board.