Sunday, July 15, 2012

Mag 126

artwork by Jack Vettriano

46 comments:

  1. Blessed Sunday everyone!...

    JJRod'z

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  2. Hello, my lovelies! Have a great Sunday!

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  3. I'm up and running. Thanks for the fun!

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  4. I think it was a hard days night for this lassie...

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    1. :))) i thought the same thing Jinksy~love your art; amazing~!!!

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    2. I went with a different song Jinksy :)

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  5. My post is up ~ Thanks for the lovely prompt ~

    (aka GRACE)

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  6. Having link troubles.....guess it's because I'm not at home?

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  7. Oh dear. I this this one has to be serious, and I'm not good at serious...

    But thanks, Tess, for the challenge!

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  8. nice. have you ever thought of using blogger photos for this and see what people come up with? might be fun...

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  9. I wonder to what degree being held hostage in my house by the Ellis County, Texas Sheriff's department influenced my take.

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  10. Great pic... I'll be reading everyone's posts later tonight!

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  11. Lots of scope to write for this one Tess. Lovely pic, thanks

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  12. i love vettriano....have a book of his works...will be late before i can join in on this though...at work today....

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  13. You see Paris, I see suburban Kansas City. Perception is such a curious thing.

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  14. Love this painting..ah, Vettriano!

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  15. My story in poetry so easily spilled from this image! It could symbolise so much!

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  16. One of his finest snaps. This prompt should take us all roads!

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  17. I didn't think this was going to go anywhere- be back later to visit more-

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  18. Hi tess posting amazingly from an iPhone in a car in the rain. Not driving, still amazing to me that such things are possible. K.

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  19. thanks for the picture prompt once again!!

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  20. so I finally found The Mag! I follow several of these blog prompts and really could never understand what was going on...and how different all their creative writing was...now I understand!!!
    I am now your newest follower..pls follow back if you can.
    I will be reading now with a while new insight!

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  21. Haven't done a Mag in a long, long time; but I really liked that Vettriano painting, so here I am!!

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  22. This is my first time in Mag ... loved the concept :-)

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  23. Mine is posted, my first Mag since #120 (although I desperately wanted to do one for last week's beautiful prompt but failed in my time org!).

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  24. I loved the prompt, but decided to set myself an extra challenge in writing the poem, hence my late submission - I look on it as brain training. I haven’t even read 'Fifty Shades of Grey' either :)

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  25. Another great prompt. Thanks, Tess.

    =)

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  26. yes Vettriano captures the mood
    Thanks Tess

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  27. I love Vettriano's art - great inspiration. Thanks

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  28. Thank you for the prompt :)

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  29. Hi there,

    Beautiful prompt indeed. Just posted my contribution and linked it here...hope you like it :)

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  30. Hooray! I'm up and linked. This was a very intriguing prompt for me, had a great time writing the response. Good choice!

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  31. I made it hope everyone enjoys my take on the picture I'm loving everyone post slowly making my way through them

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  32. Oh my goodness, I'm number 75 on your list today! But I had fun with this one and couldn't miss it! Enjoy your day Tess!

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  33. The picture immediately reminded me of two poems I wrote years ago, and I could not get past them and write another. Evening Primrose is from 10/25/07. The other, from 9/7/06, is The Room is Dark

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  34. looking down at eight fingers on a key pad. rings on fourth fingers. band on the left. dad's flying tigers ring on the right. amazed how fast i can make these letters scroll across the box. humbled to be in this company. cheers,

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  35. Mine is up. A bit dark but it's up!

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  36. Wow!! 86 peeps...so late...I may just wait for the next one....haha!! Great image though, Tess!!

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  37. Have had a lot going on theses days.....glad to be back....thanks for another great one Tess! :-)

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  38. Love the image; thank you, Tess. Late once again, but at least now I can read!

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