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Thread: River Bottom Land

  1. #1
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    River Bottom Land

    last of series of four images.

    1. Red Moon Rising
    2. Hidden Seed
    3. Lake Side
    4. River Bottom Land
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    Now I am seeing something entirely different here Gary....this is a man in a hamburger costume dancing for Burger King in Underground Atlanta.
    I love the colors Gary, always beautiful and unique-each and every one.

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    I like this very much and for some reason it has a Mexican feel to it, well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Sandy your creative imagination must be working overtime on this....thanks for your continued support and great sense of humor..

    Katie.. glad you like this and thank you always for your comments.

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    Would be nice if you presented them all in a row in addition to your showing them individually. It's how series are generally hung in a gallery.

    I very much see these to have arrived. Your diligence and persistence is really paying off.

    I can see you taking what you have trained yourself to do into many further avenues. Bravo!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    D Akey... thanks for the supportive comments... it is great when hard work and diligence and struggle is recognized .. ... I took your advice and "mounted" them and posted in another thread ...

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