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Thread: Loch Lomond Scotland

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    Loch Lomond Scotland

    Done in oil and knife
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    hi my we bonny lassie like the water but would like a touch of purple heather

    on the mountain and a piper as where ever you go there's always a piper


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    pat - very nice work... I particularly like the way you did the trees and rocks in the background..

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    Very nice Pat,lovely atmosphere that you have created.
    Geoff

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    thanks eighty lol what is a piper oops just realized, you mean the man that plays the bagpipes.....right lol
    thankyou Gary appreciate your kind comments
    Sandra, thanks for checking it out
    Geoff, appreciate you looking, thankyou

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    Very pretty scene!!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
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    Thanks so much neil, have a great day

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    What a beautiful paintings Pat. I remember the first time I went there and drank the spring water that was flowing from the hills into the Loch, icy cold but so refreshing. This is a great reminder to me of holidays spent up in Scotland. Very well done Pat
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Lovely view. A quite attractive place to visit. The boats gives an idea of dimensions and proportions and You appropriately placed it in the picture.
    I realized from some painting manuals that I should introduce some little human figures in some of my landscapes for that purpose, especially where the scene may look a little too desolate with vegetation and architectures only.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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