This was begun in early evening on the spit. The Homer spit is a long, curving, narrow bit of land that stretches 4.5 miles into Kachemak Bay. It's a very distinctive land formation, which has changed much over the years due to exposure to earthquakes, tsunamis, and storms. Today the spit is a wonderful place to walk the beach, camp, view eagles and other seabirds, and have a great meal on the little boardwalk. The view across the bay is always a pleasant sight.
9" x 12" oil on linen panel
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