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  1. #11
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    Another stunning image Coops! I hope I haven't missed to many of your paintings lately, things are flying through the gallery so fast it is difficult to stay caught up! I almost feel guilty posting to many comments because it moves the new images to the second page by the time I am done!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Very beautiful one, Kaite. I love the new treatment you painted on this. Very refreshing but at the same time feel like walking into a brightful dream place. Great piece.

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    Thank you all so much for your wonderful comments, there is so much to learn. Thanks for the encouragement (the mouse rules at the moment Skylar lol)
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    The Princess of Petals is fast becoming the Lady of Landscapes. I really like the direction you've been going with them.

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    Yes! Not a primrose in sight! Let's go down this path!!!!!

    I get the feeling of a walk, the soft grab of feet on moist ground plus a nice jacket.

    Walking sticks would be something of a liability as they could suddenly become an old stick in the mud, wot?

    Love the birch bark.

    Beauty and atmosphere, Ms. Coops.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thank you so much dear Robert, pleased you liked it
    Dear Mr Akey, poetic words again and so glad you liked it
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    I am continuously surprised in this forum.
    Woodland Walk is yet another example

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    Thanks Iceaxe, much appreciated.
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    Great!!! Wonderful balance between background and foreground... love the softening of the background... really makes the trees Pop

    Zen out of Zen, that gal!!!!

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    Hi Coops

    I say WOW because i like the colors and the effects wonderful painting, and a HHappy year to you
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