Lake Jasper is a fresh-water lake in the southwest of Western Australia. It’s hard to get to because access is along a sandy 4-wheel drive track, but wonderful when you get there. The lake has very white sand along the water’s edge and dense vegetation, including this copse of trees that I have drawn. The trees have tall thin trunks that form a complex pattern against the sky and are topped with a small dense canopy of leaves.
The drawing is in pencil – it was cloudy weather when we were there and I used it to give a feeling of the different shades of grey I saw there.