The moon petals the sea. Rose petals the sea. Stone sea. Stone petals. Rose petals of stone. Stone rising before me. Sea moves. How moves...
A Birthday in April ~ Wordsworth Prompt from The Imaginary Garden with Real Toads (The first of three posts which will celebrate the l...
It all depends, you see, how you go about it. And that I cannot tell you, for that will be dictated by you and by you knowing your friends...
Mid-morning coffee. Mesmerised, we watch the upper spikes of next door's buddleia cavorting in a kind of war dance high above our six...
Tom Lubbock, writing in The Independent (friday 15 May 2009) returned to the age old topic of censorship in the arts. Well, in painting act...
Wednesday, 28 April 2010
My thanks to all for your interest and contributions.
Labels: just for entertainment, light-hearted
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very funky dave!!!! steven
TA DA! Great finale Dave!
The face wins, I think.
My money's on this one, Dave!
Oh, it's the face, hands down! I love it. LOVE it!!
Amazing, a shocker. Wonderful face with so much character.
Wow, this face is full of character. Went back to look at the hands and feet photos to catch up. I enjoyed them, they can tell alot....age, work, pain. I always think of my mother's hands, they weren't pretty, but the touch of them, not smooth but had done so much for others, that's what I still miss the most. The hands have it.
what happened here? Psycho?
You'll forgive me if I step out of the way when I am confronted with the face, won't you.
I must say that focusing on the nose hair says it all!
You have a nose for what's new.
Squished nose and chin- I always look for that in a person- most appealing!I can almost HEAR that loud long steady AHHHHH coming from your pipes.Well done!
Right out of Star Wars.
Face...FOR SURE! So funny!
Is that a laugh or a scream Dave?
Love all your images. The face-press makes me laugh.
Most definitely the face. It allows the world to see story of a life - great picture.
HAHA. Good job. That was a little bit scary... LOL
Have a good day!:)
My thanks all, I must say the posts proved more popular than I had anticipated. To answer those I can:-
It's me entertaining the kiddy winks at their Sunday School party, of course - I'm surprised no one spotted that!
Hope you get good odds Derrick
Shocking is as shocling does, to misquote my old gran, Elisabeth
Have to say I'm for Jim's full length, but the technique used doesn't lend itself to that, ArtistUnplugged
A touch of... Friko
Glad you noticed that, Taborwas afraid it might have been overlooked!
Squished, Linda? That's cultivated!
Wow that was a surprise, what fun!! I love your hand and feet portraits!
Thanks for that. Good to have made contact again.
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