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I am soooooooooooo loving this series you are doing in this genre!!!!!!!
thanks so much deb…i value your comments and visits very much…the motif of the ’ lone searcher’ seeking some meaning in life, be it walking alone, feeding birds or rowing a boat is a symbolism for all our search (as far as my thought goes) and not of one particular person or gender or reason…just that eternal thing where we all (no matter who we are) are wondering “what is all this?”…..but in the end i am one who believes that ones creations need not come with complex explination or set reasons, it is what the spectator wants it to be and its meaning is what they themselves perceive it to be, (i hope you do not mind me adding this short blurb here :) ) thank you again dear friend.
– Loui Jover
beautiful! hope he brought the picnic hamper! :)
thanks VV and he does indeed have a cheese sarni in a brown paper bag someplace…thanks
I love your Inks …..you have such versatilty , such an expansive mind ….such natural vision and talent…I feel blessed to view your work…If I joined RB for no other reason…it was to be privvy to YOUR work.
thank you RV you are a constant friend and inspiration
Reminds me of somber memories.
we need those also to make the good ones even better…thank you
oohh , this is nice Loui
thanks twisty one :)
thank you donna
What a talented person you are … beautifully done
“blush” thank you Rosalie i appreciate your time and comment
so very beautiful and poignant Loui. 8-)
so wonderful a comment…thank you my friend
“Voyage” has a wonderful sound in French, I love those words which sounds are like an envelope to the meaning….. this word is full of dreams…. So quiet… and melancoliqueMany “voyage” to make in lifeMy inner one looks like thisWonderful painting
yes when i say it with my silly french/anglo forced accent bon- voyachhhh i can see in French it is like a song perhaps the word originated from France most of the beautiful sounding English words that exist are stolen from the French language anyway i believe, thank you magali as always your visits are a highlight here.