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Thread: Rhythmic Interlude

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    Rhythmic Interlude

    stretched out and relaxed but with energy and vibration.. like a sunny autumn afternoon...hope you enjoy this.
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    Shapes and colors as musical as the title.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar... glad you like this one...thanks for stopping by for a comment..

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    Music dancing on a warm summer breeze. I like this very much Gary and one can feel the rhythm in every colour
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Terrific results...

    I marvel at your designs and abstracts....

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    Katie and Kenmo.... thanks for your kind comments and support, always appreciated and they keep me motivated

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    Whats not to like Gary, beautiful flow and of course wonderful fall colors

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    Pat a little slow getting back on this... thanks glad you like this interlude...

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    nice piece. can almost hear the music. it's very rhythmic and some of the forms give the idea of musical scales or riffs. fits the title well. well executed. I could see this in a slide show accompanied by music and then pan along the image using a pan feature in the slide software. Kind of like they use in Ken Burns documentaries.

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    Yep, a visual delight, full of bluegrass, lemonade, and a calming breeze to keep things comfortable!

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