This is my third watercolour attempt and my second post here. The last time I posted I received some very good advice for which I am grateful.
The subject of this painting is a South Indian Temple which is usually accompanied by a ceremonial water tank. I had visited this particular temple several years ago and I used a photograph I had taken then as my reference. However, in reality there are some modern structures near this temple wall and the water is enclosed by a plastered and painted wall. I used "an artist's license" to ignore all that and also to relocate some trees to get a serene effect.
This time I have used a heavier paper, Arches Aquarelle 140 lb cold press watercolour paper. The painting is approximately 9" x 12".
I am happy with the overall result, and with the water and reflection in particular. I am not quite happy with the temple entrance which I think I have overworked.