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Thread: Glass Houses

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    Nice to be reminded that my neighbors are just a stones' throw away, but I dare not, not with all this glass about.

    Thought provoking. Hope the New Year is treating you and yours well.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Geometric object and lovelines of the blooming trees are going so well together. Very interesting and lovely.

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    hope they have basements. Very nice painting.
    I'll be with you in the squeezing of a lemon. ('_')
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    Thats so different Sandy and very thought provoking. well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Sandy... very interesting... the combination of the geometric with the subtle organic tree and sky.. the use of black, white grays in the houses calls to mind those who see the world in simple black and white and are intolerant of other views..I don't know if that what your intention but that with the title lead me to that..

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    Nice idea,,Great use of texture and desig

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    Very lovely Sandra, an interesting contrast between trees and geometric houses.
    ....with a taste of spring always a pleasure!
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    Small doors to enter with difficulty,
    but huge windows to see what we want to see.
    Not always what we think things are, and very difficult to get to know others at times finding out in the end who we truly are.
    Kind of relative to "do not judge a book by its cover combined with walk a mile in his or her shoes kind of thing. I've learned so much while being here and most of all have learned much about myself. I've changed my opinion of so many issues.
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    Sandy, well said! It's a pleasure to have you here with us!
    I can't help it but this painting reminds me of an older computer platform game. That's good because it's different than I would have expected. Very unusual.
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