mia3mom wrote:I love sunsets, but I'm wondering if this is on topic. The reeds makes me think of a salt marsh or pond, not a hawaiian luau, Joe.
Or a beach near a salt marsh... and we're on the opposite coast from hawaii ;)
gosh mia, where did you get the idea these were reeds? They are grasses.
Personally, I've never been in a place as you describe. I saw similar grasses on South Padre Island 30 years ago, I know they abound throughout the Caribbean, and Mexico. and, they grow at the edge of the beach, among the dunes that grow above the high tide lines. not in salt marshes, whatever those are. There are also similar grasses in the Pacific as well, including some that have invaded. This is a scene of a sunset on the waves, nearly but not exactly
"moonlight on the waves: just thinking about it is almost enough to carry you out of your cubicle and whisk you away to the South Seas...We're not necessarily looking for anthropological accuracy - just designs that use this visual vocabulary."
Generally speaking, if you're at the beach, you don't see the palm trees, looking out over the water- if you see anything other than water and setting sun, you see something like I drew.
maybe it isn't 'Anthropological accuracy', but it sure is a beach scene, and evokes the right mood.
Thanks for the comment, I know I shouldn't be surprised to see doubtful comments now that my design has started flirting with the edge of the fog, I guess.