Hint of red in the Swamp Maple in the back pasture. The challenge was two-fold. To use a restricted the pallet of three new--to me--transparent primaries, plus white. (Holland's Indian Yellow- #PBR23, Quinacridone Magenta (# 545) and Thalo Blue (#T203). Then, to create a sense of distance, across the field and up the hill, by applying the lessons of aerial perspective upon the value and tones of those three primaries.
The location of "Blueberry Hills," in Westhampton MA, was called "Fisher Hill" when we were children. The owners maintained a Wild Blueberry "plantation" on the site, which boasted 360 degree views of both the Pioneer Valley to the east and the Berkshire Hills to the west. The property has been subdivided into building lots.