scenes seen through one artist's eyes
Such depth and rich colors in this scene, complete with an elephant and a bit of a mystery. Is that a window?Nice to see you back!Bises,Genie
Nice to see you here, Genie! That mysterious little opening at the bottom of the wall looks like it was a window, or perhaps a coal chute (?) sometime in the past. It seems to be boarded up now. Honestly, I was surprised to find that picture in my photgraphic gatherings of that day, having just dashed through the area on my way to somewhere else. It wasn't really a place to linger...
Hey - yesterday I needed a feng shui amulet for my career corner, and what should I come across and choose but an arty postcard you once gave me. It now temporarily sits over my front door superimposed on a tree plaque (for growth). If I get the job I'll let you know.
How very cool! I certainly hope it brings you an elephant load of good juju! Great to hear from you, Susan.
Tusk, tusk, tsk, about your absence. But I hope you've been having a trunkload of fun.
As usual, Hilary, your comments here are far from irrelephant!
You have been missed, Lynne!!! Glad you didn't forget us. Love your wild wall. (Graffiti is so great for photographers, isn't it?)
Most graffiti is simply irresistible, I find! Especially because it doesn't move. Happy you haven't forgotten me, either, Jann.:-)
Enchanted to see you are trumpeting your return... Love this artwork !
Don't applaud--just throw peanuts!:-)
ahahahahthe most charming return, ever! :-)i am so glad to have you here again!!!
So nice to be welcomed back by you, Roxana. As Dr. Seuss put it,"I meant what I said and I said what I meantAn elephant's faithful one hundred percent!":-)