Still Life for Lens Artists Challenge 246

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For the Lens  Artists Still Life Challenge.

23 thoughts on “Still Life for Lens Artists Challenge 246

        1. lifelessons Post author

          Or perhaps I gave it to him. Another year I found something at the art show at our art center and when I went to buy it for him for valentine’s day, it was gone. I was crushed… and it ended up that he’d bought it for me! I think that particular year I beat him to the draw and bought it for him first but I may be wrong.

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  1. pattimoed

    You have such a great, unique collection, Judy. The mayo with the pliers! The sculpture of the dog with a beautiful scene in the background, the memorial to a deceased loved one….so unique! I love it.

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Thanks, Patti. The sculpture of the dog is also a memorial. Her ashes are inside it. It is on the dome of my house where she loved to sit and survey the neighhborhood.

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      I do. I guess I should write a poem about them. In one two day period on the beach, I found 80 of them! Not all here, of course, and some of these are hand-formed but you are right. Each has its own story.

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  2. Marilyn Armstrong

    I do love your art. I moved our piece to a different room. I kept falling off the wall in this room, but it seems fine in the other room. It is also easier to see in there and in fact makes it into the weekly podcast since it is right behind the computer camera.

    The dog on the roof made me tear up. I’ve lost so many. What a great piece of art and a wonderful tribute to a canine you loved.

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      1. Marilyn Armstrong

        Media War Stories.

        MEDIA WAR STORIES – EPISODE 11!

        That’s the most recent one. On my site, in the right sidebar, all the podcasts are listed and you can click on any. It’s Garry and Tom and a few other guests. All the old media geezers telling their stories. It’s better than a book and definitely funnier. Also, free! I just set up the microphone, make sure the clocks aren’t chiming and try to convince the Duke to not bark through the entire episode.

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