Painting a Nocturn by the Albert Bridge
Raoul and I had decided to paint along the embankment at dusk but as we got to where we had envisaged painting it started to rain! We decided to shelter under the Albert bridge but before we got there we noticed that the door to the Cadogan peer was open. We ended up sheltering there and started to paint there. It was incredible to see the bridge so close in the evening light with the beautiful pinky lights reflecting on the water. I really enjoyed the challenge of painting the reflections especially.