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Thread: stranded tree trunk

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    stranded tree trunk

    My own computor is poorly so I have had to borrow one to feed my obsesion. but I have managed to come up with this I hope you like it Best wishes Jo x
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    Looks great Josephine,I particularly like the bark on the tree

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    Hope you soon get your computer fixed Jo. This is a lovely peaceful scene, well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Josaphine I think you've done a overkill if u know what i mean like if u tried to put so many things in, should imagin u where enjoying youself
    and got carried away with excitment ok don't take any notice of me u know I'm mad -----------E/S

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    Jo what a lovely scene.
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    Jo, I love this, you did well, hope you get your computer back soon, I would be so lost without my AR and the forum

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    JOSEPHINE.EARP,
    Seems to be a moody place where there might be a fable or two
    to tell as related by the village elders who well know the history
    of the area. And could the sinking tree trunk, the focus of the
    painting be gasping it's last breath? The branch protruding from
    the top seems to be lifting it's symbolic head and arms skyward
    in a desperate and final plea for help. Beautifuly painted and the
    muted, misty colors add to the interest and intrigue of the piece.
    Mairzie Dotes

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    Very neat Jo!

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    Dear Josephine, this log has so much detail on it that could be a photograph. Well done.

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