Sunday, August 19, 2012

Mag 131

Under Windsor Bridge, 1912, by Adolphe Valette

40 comments:

  1. the pic just fit what i feel after watching the news this morning... happy writing everyone...

    JJRod'z

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  2. alright i am in...and will return comment after work...

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  3. I'm in too.....and doing a Brian as well!

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  4. And did he jump, or was he pushed?! What a story in the making...

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  5. Very evocative painting this week. Can have many different interpretations to this. Thanks Tess.

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  6. A bit of thought transference for me: The Bridge is between the creative minds of two artists. Ah the power of suggestion!

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  7. Two trys that don't work, you are out of luck on this one

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  8. Well, I recognized that as Melvin the second I saw the prompt. What a life he has led!

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  9. When I Googled the painting I found two images - yours and one more gray like the mist.

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  10. Great and strange..just for me!!

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  11. Hi Tess, a lovely image I thought. He so solid in the mist. Thanks. k.

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  12. Gosh! A little later, and I could have arrived at No.42 - the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything!

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  13. Thought I was going to lose this one on the computer. Sigh... I managed to save it in time.

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  14. Aww, yes! My entry is up at Irish Gumbo. Not as sophisticated perhaps as last week, but a gas to write all the same. Huzzah!

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  15. Mine ended up in an interesting place. It's up at The Owl Underground.

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  16. I am in too! Very cool pic!!
    Thanks
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  17. Mine is done particularly early this week!
    If I carry on at this rate I'll be posting before the prompt is up soon!!
    Thanks Tess

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  18. Nice prompt - capable of many interpretations.

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  19. Late but home finally- thanks for the painting-

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  20. Great one, Tess. Thanks for the creative fodder.

    =)

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  21. always late on the prompts, will come back later to read, as usual a challenging prompt that makes me think

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  22. Once Again, I thank you, Tess!

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  23. Is it Windsor Bridge, or isn't it? That is the question of the hour! Nice picture prompt Tess.

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  24. I'm afraid I ignored which bridge it is. Superb prompt, though. Thanks for.

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  25. I ignored which bridge it is, too, Dave King. And it certainly is a wonderful prompt.

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  26. hope you like my take on the photo

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  27. Thanks for hosting!
    I could not leave a comment yesterday...

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  28. PS: And I too, ignored the geography of the bridge - poetic licence! ;-)

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  29. summer haitus..missed one..will catch up...exploring spirituality...need down time...back up and running soon...

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  30. I love bridges because they join people and water flows through their eyes.
    Romantic painting.
    Thank you.
    :)

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  31. Great Image to write on
    here is my contribution~http://howwelearnaboutlife.blogspot.com/2012/08/in-response-to-magpie-tales-mag-131.html

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