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Thread: Hello there

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    Hello there

    Testing some stencils and stuff....evolving to this....hope you like it
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    Very beautiful and evocative.
    It reminds me a song by Eugenio Finardi and the brand new unpopulated planet where a guy was moved as he desired by a mysterious extraterrestian he kept on asking. At the end of the song, after enjoying the marvels and the goods of a planet all for himself, he gets bored and vainly try to get mentally in touch again with the extraterrestrian to be taken back. This could be a meaningful message for all those indecently rich people who own huge pieces of this world wealth, may enjoy anything they wish and are eventually trapped and alone ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Quite dreamy and beautiful Rondo.

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    Love the color combinations

    Very unified and delicate. Lovely to look at!

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    thank you Caesar,Marilyn Anne,copespeak for your input,appreciated.

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    The title is intriguing. Expressive effect.

    To me it looks like a scene from the 1930s dust bowl in the American Midwest. I was just looking a couple days ago at a shot from it that is not unlike this -- the clouds of dust were of Biblical proportions. This is a similar shot to what I had come across. Looks like someone colorized it. Can you imagine what that must have been like for farmers who were hanging on by their fingernails in the first place. Caused a lot of moving around the country looking for work. So in a way I suppose there were lots of "Hellos" spoken at the time.

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...Texas-1935.png
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Nice, I like the mood !
    regards,
    waheednasir.
    www.waheednasir.com

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