I don't even want to start the detailing of the canoeists until I can go in with a tiny brush.
So I shall move over to the second "Above the Credit." Jon and I were walking last week just before dusk and I was reminded why autumn makes us shiver with delight: on a sunny day it's the orange of the leaves against the blue of the sky; later, at dusk, (as it is in the shot I took), the leaves look yellow against the purple banks across the river. In both cases, complementary colours perform their usual magic of making the lighter colour POP.
And I need a title for the duckling. Any ideas?