Sunday, September 2, 2012

Mag 133

Summer Night, 1913, by Albert Bloch

35 comments:

  1. Happy writing indeed! Thanks for the prompt. :-)

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  2. Lovely image which forsome reason I cannot import ... advice please?!

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    1. I'm not sure how to advise you, except to click on the image, then right click on it, then save image...hope it works for you Isabel...

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    2. I hold down a 'click' on the image, then drag it onto the desk-top. That's on an Apple Mac. Macs don't understand "left" and "right" clicks. You click and that's it.

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  3. another try...thanks for the prompt..

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  4. cool pic tess....kinda spooky but not in a bad way....will be around....

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  5. I agree... spooky .. I enjoyed it :) Thanks Tess.

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  6. How special this is! Thanks...

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  7. Yes spectral figures who look lost. It had to go down a dark path.

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  8. A splendid prompt. Not really sad at all.

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  9. This reminds me of water! Thank you.

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  10. Ah, here I go talking to my selves again.

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  11. Hi Tess - a lovely picture. And for a change, I like my poem! I have to go in and out but will be around. k.

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  12. Tess- I had a lot of fun with this image! Cheers!

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  13. Well, I made it! This prompt threw me for a loop...and I'm not exactly sure where I landed. Maybe it was the after effects of the blue moon what got me addled...

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  14. Absolutely, so many roads one could roam, but only one can be! A most dreamy image for us today, thank you so much.

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  15. Great image, Tess. Surreal, almost eerie. Brings out all the "goose-bump" moments, like at work Saturday, when auto-door at work kept opening and closing on it's own! At least that's the turn my writing took!!

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  16. Really a lovely image, Tess. Thank you and Happy Labor Day.

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  17. Sometimes an image does nothing for me. But then I wrote a poem about that.

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  18. Oh dear, this dragged up rather dark stuff from me . . .

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  19. Thanks Tess.. Hope you are having a great Labor Day weekend!

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  20. Tess! Another prompt that threw me for a loop... but I was determined to ponder it until something materialized. Thank you, once again.

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  21. Wow! Tess!
    And it is all true . . .

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  22. Another fine prompt. I shall be back shortly to visit.

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  23. i finally found some words for image

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  24. Doesn't look like a summer night to me...

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  25. I managed to get something together.

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  26. What a captivating picture....love this Tess! :-)

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