This is my second entry to the Medieval Life category of the CCCX.
Wykeham Farmstead was built by Edmund Wykeham many years ago. His great grandson Thomas Wykeham is currently grumbling and harvesting carrots. He honestly doesn't mind harvesting carrots, he just likes grumbling about things. Thomas's eldest son Francis is coming to help him harvest carrots, and his youngest son Timothy is tending the milk cows. Meanwhile, a traveler from foreign lands is walking the lane that runs by the house.
You've been posting so many fabulous creations lately this one almost slipped out of my mind, but seeing it on the Explore page brought me back. And what a wonderful second visit! I missed so many details the first time! First off, the garden in the corner. The little seeded rows are great! And the tree is phenomenal; those angled leaves are quite realistic. Really fantastic.
superb piece! the wall, details, trees, but, especially that roof technique, it gives it more texture, more realism somehow, can t define, but, it s great, a good atmospheric shot of 'the stranger' in the shadows, and I love animals, so it s perfect for me!