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Thread: Glass and cherries

  1. #11
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    Lovely Jean
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    You've caught that one well, Jean. Another watercolour I like.

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    Really spectacular!
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    delicious color and so convincing those cherries!!!

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    I've lost this wonderful painting.
    Those cherries must be exquisite
    Great glass effect
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    Awesome picture

    The cherries are inviting and the glass well done.

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    Fantastic Jean,really well done!

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    Extremely well done



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    I notice the reflection of the cherries on the container ... no hard edges, but equally effective ...
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    Yum Jean! just a perfect capture to tempt my eye now I want cherries for dessert for sure
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