Dec 11, 2012

Colors are Fun

born of the mossy forest floor
she rose with grace and dignity
creature not quite human
yet and earthling all the same
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we are now cloaked in a thick blanket of snow:
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17 comments:

  1. Oh beautiful earthling, love the green and how the text of the book shows through!
    We are just getting more snow, too!

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  2. Lovely!
    xx

    Johanna, Sweden
    ART FASHION

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  3. Love your Earthling girl and her beautiful moss green hair. How enchanting your cabin looks covered in snow, I hope you dont get snowed in!

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  4. Oh Tammie... she is stunning... I could just sit here and look at her... and the snow... so beautiful... what a gorgeous photo... sitting under the air con at the moment here in Oz... it's a HOT one...

    Jenny ♥

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  5. Terrestrial or extraterrestrial ... never mind ... is outstanding!
    Tammie, very cold, please beware!
    How much snow!

    Kissing friends!

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  6. She really does look like she came up from the ground. Love that hair. It looks beautiful all that snow.

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  7. Wowowwo!!Stunning!!!!!Love both of them!!you are goood!!))♥..•*¨*★ ☆.love☆¸¸.•♥

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  8. What a gorgeous forest nymph she is.
    She can blend in with the leaves and grassy knowl's of the forest floor.

    Happy Holidays to you.

    blessings and love
    Sharon
    xoxoxoxox

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  9. Walking Barefoot Stirs Such Souls Loose From the Fertile Soils of the Earth.

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  10. Oooo look at all your snow, like a proper festive season! Thankyou for your comment on my blog about where you make your art, so interesting! I should try that too, maybe I'd get more done. :) I love your lady's calm expression and her amazing turquoise green hair, lovely.
    Jess x

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  11. Tammie it has been great catching up with some of your recent works here, so magical! This last piece is such a beauty, she's definitely a wonderful and magical soul, and how cosy it must be in that cabin under all the snow, thanks so much for sharing with us all, stay cosy and warm!

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  12. Awesome post, dear. Love it!

    Visit my blog when u have time and maybe we can follow each other.

    Many kisses!

    Nicole

    www.nicoleta.me

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  13. (me...playing some 'catch up' this morning) and i'm glad i stopped in here!!
    she's beautiful!!! i love how the book reads through her...i've thought of doing something similar myself.

    and your blanket of snow!! wow!! magical...both your drawing and photo!! stay warm!!

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  14. I've met the moss maiden of whom you speak--she is indeed lovely. Though I am sure she is sleeping warm beneath the snow just now.

    Ah, I'm so envious, my dear Lady Montana--perhaps The Great Creator will send snow my way this year, eh? One can always hope.

    ((hugs)) Have a wonderful day in that lovely snow. Catch a snowflake on your tongue for me, would you please? As I recall from my childhood--ambrosia is made of such lovely childhood stuff.

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  15. She is so beautiful...what a kind face! And I love her flowing green hair. We haven't had snow in awhile - so fun to see yours!

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  16. A lovely mossy hair! right from the nature!

    and wow- such beauty with the snow! =)

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  17. Such a lovely post :*

    Many many kisses,

    Nicole

    www.nicoleta.me

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So lovely of you to drop by! I love hearing from you~