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Thread: Out of the Blue

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    Out of the Blue

    Best view is blown up full screen and stand back from your monitor. Hope you like a little.
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    Okay, this is going to be a weird comment, but I distinctly get Fred Flintstone on his way to work at the quarry. Perhaps it's the primitive quality of the colors and shapes. Yabba Dabba Doo my friend.

    Conversely, it carries the feeling of a very sentient single celled amoeba about to split itself, perhaps like an atom (can you say "BOOM!"). Feels like it's all laid out and analyzed, tested and found ready for the next step. Creativity as seen through the mind as if looking for the primary quality, the base root, the unifying theory of the creative process.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Fred Flintstone you say Mr. D Akey? And I was shooting for Barney. O well, back to the drawing boards.

    And of course, actually, thanks for the more esoteric perspective. I think I'll adopt that one. It's inspired, as you always are.

    I was beginning to think this one was the last straw for our gang. Plenty of views but no takers. Thanks for the rescue, however short lived.
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    I like this bold composition where not even the blue looks really blue (moodwise). Anyway none of Your artpieces can be anymore be consecrate as a masterpiece unless there's the written certificate and blessing of Your charming wife ... Kidding. The best to both of You.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Exceptional, wow, wow

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    Pat, Caesar, thanks a lot.
    Caesar, I checked with Rosy. She blessed. I'm relieved.
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    I see an old car with an ancient relic from the past buried beneath an abandoned railroad track to an abandoned mine deep in the hills of Kentucky.

    Hee hee! Always a pleasure and always so creative Byron!

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    It's great to see you in the laboratory again Doctor.
    quite delightful piece.

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    Sandy, I've been to Kentucky. I think I know that mine. You're a hoot. Thanks for great chuckle and wonderful feedback.

    Albert: Scapel please!!!
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    I am impressed with the details of colors, technically well-aligned. A beautiful painting Byron.

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