This painting has the colors of yellow, green, and red. It moves from the darker green to the brighter yellow in the distance. There are tints of red throughout the painting. This painting has a female with a load of hay with her. She's standing on a bridge looking over at the water while in the distance, at the back of the painting, is a church. The trees on both sides, with their branches hanging overhead, create a circle at the back where the church is surrounded by yellow and orange. There is very detailed brush work that gives texture to the trees, the ground, the water, the light, and the shadows. There are three vanishing points in this painting. One to the left to the creek, one to the church at the back, and one to the right to the puddles. The person on the bridge is
surrounded by nature which is characteristic of Romanticism.