Here's an attempt at Annapurna-I, the first among the peaks along the Annapurna series of the Himalayas. Painting these mountain peaks have been a satisfying experience. I guess I will continue to work on the Himalayas for a while.
The foreground was done with some wet in wet washes with hardly any detail, so that the peak itself would grab all the attention. Has that worked?
Your thoughts, suggestions, critiques and comments please. Thanks.
Trivia : A French expedition reached the Annapurna-I summit in June, 1950. For the next three years Annapurna-I remained the highest point on earth to be set foot on by man, until Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay climbed all the way up to the top of the world in May, 1953.