Originally Posted by Judibelle
well, I'm still not quite satisfied, but am posting anyway, as time is getting short...
Wow! I love this! The way the bridge is leaning looks natural, like it's old and hasn't been shored up recently. Love the trees and the texture, the clouds in the sky, the overall feel of the painting. The colors are striking, all the greens very blued and still vibrant, the whole scene drawing me in.
You might want to go in and add slight color variegations to the gray road leading to the bridge, using very muted colors maybe warms, rusty grays, violet grays, green grays like moss here and there. Those areas seem a little flat but not too much, don't overwork it, just glaze in some color variations with something like thunderstorm grays or maggie price grays. Any colors that are only one step off gray would work. That and maybe a dash of olive green in the nearest tree highlights and I'm not so sure of the olive green.
It's wonderful as is, that's the only suggestions I have that'd improve it. If you don't have the muted grays maybe mix some gray with the most muted colors you have on a side sheet, then pick it up with a finger and dab it in.