Daily Doodle #17: Island Cabin Vista

Ink and watercolor on paper. 8 1/2" x 5". 11/ 21/13. Win it here.

This one started out as a little cabin nestled in snowy mountains with ski tracks wrapping around the hill to the front door. Then, the mountains became islands, drenched in silver moonlight. The places I've lived the longest have been near the Rocky Mountains and the San Juan Islands, and I've always loved imagining the San Juans before the Puget Sound rose up to cover all but their tips, as looking quite like the Rockies do now. So, eons of geological time sped up in my doodle process here, as the Rockies turned into Islands.  How fun would it be to watch all that happen from this cozy cabin vista?

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