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All strings except for the moon. Framed in TBPS.

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Well done! Well played! This is reminiscent of the work when nails were planted to hold the coloured threads.
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Excellent!
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Beautiful, warm and pleasant to view Rita. Very nice precise work.  I like the angles of the lines changing and getting deeper and deeper towards the mountains, and showing distance as well.  I see what Eporedia is talking about with the nails holding strings. I'd forgotten about those.  [smile]  Robyn
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Great work with the strings Rita and you are very clever the way you use them and put them together and I also think it is pretty hard to do some of the things you do. Love the beautiful colours in this one too,
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I like this. Great effects.

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"his is reminiscent of the work when nails were planted to hold the coloured threads."  I was thinking the same thing, as soon as I saw it!  Well done!
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Well done! Well played! This is reminiscent of the work when nails were planted to hold the coloured threads.


I know what you're talking about concerning colored threads and nails, Eporedia. What a great connection to that art form. I'm glad you like this.

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Thanks, Suzette.

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Thanks, Don. It's a bit different for me.

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Beautiful, warm and pleasant to view Rita. Very nice precise work.  I like the angles of the lines changing and getting deeper and deeper towards the mountains, and showing distance as well.  I see what Eporedia is talking about with the nails holding strings. I'd forgotten about those.  [smile]  Robyn


I'm glad you like this, Rob.



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Great work with the strings Rita and you are very clever the way you use them and put them together and I also think it is pretty hard to do some of the things you do. Love the beautiful colours in this one too,
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You're too kind, Vivienne. The colors remind me of the Southwest.

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I like this. Great effects.

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Thanks, Bob. I had a lot of fun with this.

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"his is reminiscent of the work when nails were planted to hold the coloured threads."  I was thinking the same thing, as soon as I saw it!  Well done!


I'm glad you like this, Mary. 

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