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Thread: A Long Time Ago

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    A Long Time Ago

    Done in oil, wanted to put a old man as a ghost but struggled at it so went with this
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    cor blimey pat u narf churning them out almost faster then I can View them don't u stop for tea ?? ---------E/S

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    Eighty that is so funny and weird, my husband came in little earlier and just asked if I was ever going to stop for tea lol thats a hoot

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    OK Eighty going to start supper now, so have to stop paintingbut will be back

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    Dear Pat, I agree with 80+ here, what speed you have dear Pat!!!! Well done indeed.!

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    Thankyou Jasmine, your very kind, but this is one I wanted to take back from posting lol

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    Very nice work Pat.
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    pat1940,
    A beautiful, nostalgic glimpse back at day's gone by. Relaxing and
    atmospheric touches prompts the viewer to ponder on how we
    have progressed but at the same time long for a simpler existance
    that hints of a gentler time. Well painted!
    Mairzie Dotes

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    Barnburner and Mairzie, thankyou very much for your comments

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    Great image Pat. Love the texture in this. I was on a hike with my kids a few weeks ago in the Rocky Mountains and about a mile into the trail we came along an old weathered cabin in the middle of a meadow filled with wildflowers. The cabin looked like it was built in the late 1800's. This image immediately reminded me of that. Nicely done!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    Eckhart Tolle

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