Sitting at the base of Washington Rock, NJ. In 1777, This is where General George Washington watched the troop movement of General William Howe in New Brunswick. The high ground of this natural rock outcropping provides an unobstructed view of over 30 miles. You can still see NY City today. I thought about painting the vista, but looking up at the stone wall was more interesting.
Watercolor, pen & ink 5.5 X 16.0