Cherokee Marsh

Madison has a number of natural areas.  I have yet to explore many of them.  One morning that was sunny in the early fall beckoned me to go check out the Cherokee Marsh, which is part of the Yahara Riverway waterway.  The Yahara, tamed by banks and bridges, passes close to my house, but here in Cherokee is closer to its wild state.  In the late fall there were a number of flowers, such as goldenrod, thistle, black eyed Susan and Queen Anne’s lace.  I took a moment while sitting on a rather artificial aluminum board walk to make a sketch of the marsh. I was trying for a looser style with the watercolor.  The nearby blue jay commented on it but I don’t know whether it was complimentary or not,.

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