Old Manuscript Images (02) by linskudd
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I thought I might share another imagined page with you.

“As I rummaged around at the back of an old cupboard, I discovered some crumpled and torn pages. Unfolding them carefully, I discovered a magical unbelievable world .. .. .. .. .. "

All my own images, except for the torn pages which were given to me by my friend Don. Contains old scanned image of strelitzia: koi carp fish cut out from background of original photograph: and a watercolour done in 2008 of Koi & Ghost Carp.

Comments

  • linskudd
    linskuddover 3 years ago

    :o) Still playing!

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...over 3 years ago

    Enchanting sweetheART great find – fab fave ’~} Valz

  • Thank you so much Valerie Anne. :o)

    – linskudd

  • strawberries
    strawberriesover 3 years ago

    gorgeous

  • Wow. Thank you.

    – linskudd

  • RosaCobos
    RosaCobosover 3 years ago

    Those images are truly unique, Lindsay!!!Wonderful contain in them,they seem like a magical world.
    Rosa

  • RosaCobos
    RosaCobosover 3 years ago

    Oh…gush!!! I thought it was a real thing!!!!
    When In turned again to the quote…and the to your writing I realized it was yours…..!!!
    more merit then..you have a magic touch,you can make things shine with your special textures and so elegant intruduction….precious, really.
    Rosa (he, he, he, )

  • Dear Rosa. So lovely to hear from you. I did wonder if you might hit on the shape created by the strelitzia – the bowl or cauldron – as in woman, earth, gaia.
    How I would really love to find some old manuscript! Sadly, no chance, have moved TOO many times in my life for there to be anything old and valuable lying around!
    Thank you, dear Rosa. I always enjoy reading your comments. :o))

    – linskudd

  • He.He. Except for self – but I’m JUST old! :o(

    – linskudd

  • TheWanderingBoo
    TheWanderingBooover 3 years ago

    beautiful and enchanting

  • Thank you Simon. The flow of life.

    – linskudd

  • RosaCobos
    RosaCobosover 3 years ago

    I always found the sterlitzias a sort of “up-nosed flower”..with those leaves, crusty pointed up in a developed proportions, and the pricky and malish flower, stabbing the blue.
    But here.. doubled their shape, have created a more feminine shape, a great uterus where Gaia is born again and again. And is swallowing the life around, with the intention of re-creating it inside. Is that a dream, Lindsay?….anyway….you have made it new…and old..but you are not JUST old…but always new…
    Rosa

  • Yes – the flower is very much in your face. I like them – they remind me of Africa – but I see your point (ahhhh! Sorry – not deliberate).The leaves are curving round as they were dying – and I loved the way they created a sort of protective shape.
    Not, not a dream Rosa – I was just playing with the images. I created the cauldron first and then, wondered what I could add to it – certainly it was meant to be about birth/rebirth.
    Big smile – I like that – “always new” – made my day. :o) xx

    – linskudd

  • Thanks again Rosa.

    – linskudd

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 3 years ago

    so lovely work

  • Thank you so very much.

    – linskudd

  • Danica Radman
    Danica Radmanover 3 years ago

    beautiful

  • Thanks. :o)

    – linskudd

  • Trish Threlfall
    Trish Threlfallover 3 years ago

    beautiful work :))

  • Many thank indeed – sorry so late in replying.

    – linskudd

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