The other morning I glanced outside and saw a beautiful sunrise. I quickly got my camera and ran out to take a few photos.
You know how sunrises and sunsets are, they are fleeting and can disappear as quickly as they come. Look at the treeline on the distant mountain, towards the left, all the hardwood trees are about the same height. The mountains in the distance are part of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest.
Here's the large bowl from this firing. It's 3 inches tall and 15 inches wide. I brushed a light brown glaze over the textured spots and those turned out nicely. Where you see the cream color is where the brown glaze was thinner.
I ran out of the green glaze so I glazed the back half with the light brown but on the back it turned a creamy tan color and the edges the brown. I think I should have put a thicker coat of the brown glaze. I like this color green; I wouldn't mind a set of dishes with just this green. I'll make more of this size bowl, maybe with the rim a little taller. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.