I love bird's eye view paintings.
In recent years, it has become possible to use a drone to see such a landscape, this is just such a painting.
There are at least six cities in this picture, but not whole part.
This is the view from the Goishigamine hill at an altitude of 461m, and the mountain in the distance is Yakushidake, the beautiful mountain at the southeastern end of the Tateyama mountain range.
When I asked an expert if the foreground of this work should be painted, he told me that the foreground would be an obstacle to this painting. Such works are seen in the works of professional painters in the art magazines I buy. I know there is a theory that a foreground is always necessary for landscape painting, but there are various ways of thinking about painting, and it is best not to think that my way of thinking, including myself, is absolutely correct.
My work on this site has finally exceeded 100. At first I didn't plan to upload this much, but there were more paintings at home than I had expected. This is my last painting on this site.
I am very grateful to the people who have made various comments. I would be happy if my work that I uploaded was useful for the artists on this site.