Work of Human Hands

I’ve always admired beautiful architecture. Like the Eiffel Tower in France or the Golden Gate Bridge that crosses the San Francisco Bay. It’s another form of art. In this case it’s a “piece of work” set in a beautiful canyon “palette” on the Salmon River in Idaho. I saw the old wooden bridge taken down with a heavy heart. Then as I watched the new take place, I was in sheer admiration how the crew seemed to defy the laws of nature! Huge machinery clinging precariously to the canyon walls! The men working them were the brave and the strong. I was in awe as I saw pieces of metal and cable transform into a beautiful and well engineered bridge. The work of human hands set into a beautiful canyon. As I painting in this place I felt God and man had worked together and the place I was standing seemed to like a beautiful Cathedral, a place of reverence.

Published by Mariaresslerart.com

I love being outdoors, backpack full of paints and in search of beauty. It's my passion to capture a scene with my paint brush then bring the vibrance and beauty of nature indoors and shared at an affordable price.

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