Why doesn’t the angler turn around and exult in the beauty of the Rockies behind him? Because, he is looking at the beauty in front of him, a specimen of aquatic, craniate vertebrate having limbs developed as fins, which will weigh plenty when he lands it, or even if he doesn’t. John Clymer painted this scene in February to get his mind away from snowdrifts.
Title: Rocky Mountain Fly Fishing;
Artist: John Clymer;
Copyright: 1956 SEPS. All Rights Reserved.;
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