Autumn Walk NFT for Sale by Rose Burnett

Autumn Walk

This Autumn Walk NFT Artwork features trailing green foilage of an autumn walk through natural bird sanctuary in Erskine, Western Australia. Exclusive one-off photography transformed into modern art by Rose Burnett.

This is what I call my ‘happy place’.  As soon as you enter this peaceful sanctuary in natural bushland, with lakes throughout for the birdlife and adjunct to the estuary, the outside world stops. 

This beautiful winding path leads to hidden treasures of splendid blue wrens happily hopping along the path in front of you, or flitting between branches of low foilage.  Butterflies and dragonflies scoot around playfully.  

Birds of prey like osprey and eagles soar high above, or perch in the high trees observing intently.  

Ducks, waterfowl, migrating birds and egrets dot the shallow lakes intertwining along this path.  Magpies, crows, green parrots and the occassional pink galahs visit.  Tiny green birds merge with the foilage singing happily, and swallows dart across the path.

A myriad of life bubbling in a magical symphony of sound, wind, sun and natural beauty.

Purchase – Autumn Walk NFT Artwork

To purchase this NFT from the eaglespirit NFT Collection, please click this link to make a bid. You will be redirected to the OpenSea NFT marketplace for secure transactions. You will need a wallet with ETH (Ethereum) or credit card.


Rose Burnett - NFT's for Sale

I have been creative from as long as I can remember, probably my earliest memory is from the age of four. Sitting in the kitchen with my grandmother Dorothy as she patiently taught me how to paint on ceramics. She was a watercolour and oil paint artist until the day she died at nearly 103. My ongoing source of inspiration!

I have done all sorts of artwork in my time from acrylics to abstracts, handpainted giftware and more. I love combining photography with digital art to create these stunning pieces for you.

I still pick up the paintbrush but love capturing special moments through the lens of a camera and transforming the best pieces into modern digital art.

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