60x90 - Acrylic and Oil on canvas

“You have to walk carefully in the beginning of love, the running across fields into your lover's arms can only come later when you are sure they won't laugh if you trip".
Jonathan Carroll

A couple walking, without haste but with so many things to say, on the streets of Bard, that narrow roads, intimate and suggestive, so typical of its center.
We add a slight drizzle, almost invisible, and we have one more reason to make them tighten under the umbrella and slow down the pace, already slow, watching the lights that affect the windows and the walls around them.
Bard reminds me of those romantic and peaceful places where you can walk and observe the antique details, the cracks that time has drawn on the walls, the water droplets that run between one stone and another.
There is something so romantic and mysterious, a walk immersed in time, priceless.
The cool colors of the surrounding shadows interact with the heat emanating from the pair, merging into one, creating special intimacy that creates positive feelings and conveys the desire to know each other better.