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Thread: A little white water

  1. #1
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    A little white water

    in the forest..................
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    Da go Te'
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    Excellent Peter, love the cloud formations.

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    This painting possibly appears more luminous than anyone else in Your collection of great lanscapes!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very well done Peter

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    Beautifully stunning as always dear Peter
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    Wow this is a stunning scene Peter
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    Nice landscape. I especially like the way you paint the water. The color of the clouds is nice too.

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    peter...great sky.... and the river rapids against a dense forest.... well done I like the closeness of the viewpoint... makes for a more intimate painting ..

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