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Thread: Strange sky over Hermitage

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    Strange sky over Hermitage

    Hermitage Castle
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    That is so pretty!

    What a lovely painting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Anne View Post
    What a lovely painting!
    Thanks Marilyn

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    Could this be a Scottsman's deign "to be or not to beheaded" into the gaping maw of the haunted feudal estate.

    Mayhaps it's like a tight line of trees and brambles who conspire in sorcery to lock arms to ward all off from this broken crenelated woad.

    I had to look this place up. Scotland side of the line it appears. It really stands on a fairly barren hill like a solitary tombstone. And not a single MacDonalds or MacStarbucks in sight.

    It's rather curious about the contrast in the handling of the rolling sky and natural land with this burst of sharply pointed spearheads thrusting up as if bony fingers from the grave. Okay so you've got me in the macabre zone with your paranormal site. So I'm looking for chain mailed ectoplasm in this seemingly benign landscape. I looked it up. This joint is haunted by a rather bloodthirsty lord of long ago along with a few pushy broads whose favorite sport is kicking around the bipedal sacks of protoplasm who wander in.

    This is a fairly pleasant picture. But night is coming on and I'm not so sure a wide berth around the crumbling fortress mightn't be more prudent.

    Nice one Jules!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Interesting style! I like the minimalist color palette and the contrast of texture between the trees, the building, and the sky.

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    Great painting, I love the style and the attention to detail.

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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by huxtiblejones View Post
    Interesting style! I like the minimalist color palette and the contrast of texture between the trees, the building, and the sky.
    Thank you huxiblejones

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSaucers View Post
    Great painting, I love the style and the attention to detail.
    Ta thanks

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