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Thread: The Watcher

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    The Watcher

    Hope you like this one
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    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    ok ok I'm watching Katie Katie Coops still wondering how the hell you do it

    its blowing my ( what's left of it ) Mind

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    Katie, it's lovely!
    A beautiful pair of swans on an incredible beaming sky.
    I really like the angle, as watching from ground.
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    Wonderful image Ms Coops! I can hear the "noiseless" whooshing of the birds overhead. Painting stillness in action is very like twilight observation.

    Brava. Great mood.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Great illustrative quality! Just another beaut from you, coops!
    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    I like this one. It reminds me of that instant wide awake feeling I used to have in the morning when I was in my 20's
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    This is really amazing...

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    Lovely! We have had flocks of Sandhill crenes coming over, you hear them before you see them. And they can be very entertaining if you get close enough to watch them play!

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    I was at an arts and crafts show recently and their was a Chinese couple who did paintings in needlepoint. Your foreground plants carry such a similar feel -- existing as a painted image and a thready texture at the same time. This has a real feel of an analog mixed media piece! Very nice! Al

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