A painting of Lumbutts Farms Pennine Yorkshire
By Rob Miller, Nov 12 2016 10:10PM
There is'nt anything remarkable about the scene above Lumbutts, its pleasent, nice walking country with high moorland and a steepness that descend down to a valley floor choked with railways roads and canals. At best this upland scene can be seen as tawney in colour at worst it can be described as drab...both would be wrong in my humble opinion. A shift of light or what could best described as light over the moor and a hundred shades of green emerge. Despite the low watt bulb in the sky, there is a definate move of sparkle. This is Penine Yorkshire gold, a god green that shimmers and sparkles in a way thats no different than a Lake District vale.