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    Mesa Lands 4 views

    dreaming of Monument Valley, after watching some old westerns filmed there... hope you enjoy this colorful tribute.
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    The setting and frames looks like a personal scenery photo album in your own eyes and own abstract interpretation. Very nice and colorful.

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    Well, this answers the question of whether you dream in color or black and white. I think the original dreams were black and white. Grand sweeping and dramatic. I like these vignettes separately and as a combined whole. Forward Yo! . . . The forward ho is in the next sequence, down the saloon, dontcha know.

    Aaaarrrrgh! The smileys are disabled and it's quiet around here. . . a little too quiet. . . The smileys are surrounding me up on the ridge? Where's Billie Wilder when ya need a script re-write. . . Corporal. . . sound the r. . . radio. . . .


    Ugh!
    Last edited by D Akey; 05-09-2014 at 10:06 AM.
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    I would love to see Monument Valley; maybe one day. I like all your vignettes Gary, though looking at old Westerns would not give you the glorious pallet you have there!

    Mr Akey, I think your smileys are working!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pai View Post
    The setting and frames looks like a personal scenery photo album in your own eyes and own abstract interpretation. Very nice and colorful.
    pai thank you for commenting

    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Well, this answers the question of whether you dream in color or black and white. I think the original dreams were black and white. Grand sweeping and dramatic. I like these vignettes separately and as a combined whole. Forward Yo! . . . The forward ho is in the next sequence, down the saloon, dontcha know.

    Aaaarrrrgh! The smileys are disabled and it's quiet around here. . . a little too quiet. . . The smileys are surrounding me up on the ridge? Where's Billie Wilder when ya need a script re-write. . . Corporal. . . sound the r. . . radio. . . .


    Ugh!
    ah I think Peter P has your back and reinforcements for you... thanks DAkey

    Quote Originally Posted by copespeak View Post
    I would love to see Monument Valley; maybe one day. I like all your vignettes Gary, though looking at old Westerns would not give you the glorious pallet you have there!

    Mr Akey, I think your smileys are working!
    thank you Robyn!..

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    Great, make me want to watch my favorite spaghetti western

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    So many movies done there.

    I like the sense of individual movie scenes. It is beautiful out there.

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    Looks like a great and colour page from your album, Gary

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