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Thread: 1st Seascape

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    1st Seascape

    with help from Peter quite good fun ---E/S
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    I thought I'd seen this one before !! Quite a peaceful scene--perhaps you could slip the pier in there somewhere??!

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    and how about a sailboat on the horizon!

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    seascape 2nd

    as requested by friends ---E/S
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    Seascape no3

    its enouth to make you go crazy ----E/S
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    Love the sailboat! One suggestion, the sail should be on the other side. Or the sailboat should heel to the other direction. It's the wind blowing the sail that pushes the boat over. Which is why the majority of miles under my keel were done on a trimaran--less of that tippy stuff! Of course in very wrong conditions, the tri can flip like a turtle!

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    Thanks Deb I was worried about that but not know anything about Sailing

    I had to guess i thought that bollon type sail was more in the

    front so i put the crew hanging out the side to balance at

    my age you learn something every day

    sorry about the Pier but that''''s all there's left

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    It looks lovely and warmer than our place for sure, thanks for painting something to take our mind off the cold.

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    A very original style on this seascape! The hole in the sand reminds me of the famous Saint Augustine story.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Come on Come on Caesar what's the famous St

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