Sunday, June 10, 2012

Mag 121

Still Life, 1670, detail by Jean Fran├žois de Le Motte

47 comments:

  1. This is an interesting picture prompt! Loved it..

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  2. I think I've lost my Mojo! Thanks for the prompts each week.

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  3. what a fantastic painting Tess.....loved it so much I could almost smell the old papers!!!

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  4. Perhaps books and writing go hand in hand.

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  5. I guess we'll all get the message today! :)

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  6. I love the image...very inspiring! I'll be enjoying all of the lovely poetry offerings this afternoon and evening!! See you all soon! :)

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  7. thank you for the prompt off to write

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  8. Can't find any infoprmation about this painter...but his prints are sure popular. Thanks Tess.

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  9. I know where I'm going with this.

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  10. thanks once again Tess- this week is my 102nd Magpie! How did the time fly?

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  11. These sorts of works were an interesting moment in painting. This has been like an art history refresher course for me these last few weeks. Thank you.

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  12. After a bit of a break... I've returned. Thanks Tess

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  13. Please disregard the first Mr. Linky - I accidentally hit enter on the prefilled earlier link to my blog.
    The correct entry is the second one. Thanks!

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  14. Started this morning -but big doings at Church! thanks.

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  15. I’m waxing lyrical with this one.

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  16. Ah, the second we saw Roy's name we knew exactly what this one was all about. That Rory Baumgartner, up to his old tricks once more, and we enjoyed writing about him.

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  17. cool pic tess...in and on my way around...

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  18. Finally! Got something written! I'll be back in the morning to read everyone's.

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  19. I loved this pic! I'll be stopping by everyone's blog tomorrow morning.

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  20. Couldn't quite get this right, but loved yours, Tess.

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  21. Busy Sunday...so Haiku Sunday.....thanks for prompt

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  22. thanks for the prompt, tess! :)

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  23. Love this - thanks Tess. (Will go to bed now (night shift) and read other Mags when I rise.)

    Anna :o]

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  24. Hi, forgot to leave a comment yesterday! then wrote a new poem...

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  25. I do enjoy these picture prompts that evoke so many thoughts! Thanks- Karen

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  26. What a fun and inspiring image. Thanks
    Hugs
    SUeAnn

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  27. Had quite a silly head on for this one.......so I did two!

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  28. Happy Writing indeed. I struggled with this one, edited it 100 times and deleted more than 3/4 of what I originally wrote. :) ha ha . This is always fun. :) Thanks for hosting! I wish I received written letters... email is great - but not quite the same :)

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  29. Hi, this is my first time here. I hope I have linked it properly. Now to read some of the other entries. I find this very inspiring. An image can really bring out different feelings in people.

    Hope you don't mind if I become a regular here. Following you already. :)

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  30. loved writing to the prompt - thanks!

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  31. This is such a lovely photo and I desperately wanted to do something short but alas, not to be ... sorry for the tome ... can't seem to do anything but epics lately

    http://thepoet-tree-house.blogspot.ca/2012/06/love-letters-of-promises-and-regret.html

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  32. thank you for letting me hook up this one took awhile.

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  33. Loved this week's prompt!

    My post is up: http://thegalnxtdoor.wordpress.com/2012/06/15/pieces-of-life/

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  34. I'm a little late to the party this week...

    =)

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  35. I missing the new link for Sunday Mag? Or is it just not up yet...I'll check back! Sunday smiles to all!

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