Watercolor weather journaling could easily become one more of my obsessions.
Each morning I wait a little longer for the crack of dawn. The painting above was done at 6:45 am. Within thirty minutes the illumination of the morning light as it filtered through the cloud cover transformed the dark purples into forest greens.
By 7:15 am the trees were a dark green, dampened by the morning rain. The cornfield was doing its best to approach yellow ochre. I opted not to include the colors of the dried corn this time around.