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The queues could be anywhere. To the cricket, footy, or a show, or night club. Could even be queues waiting to get into Hell ( though I imagine they’d be longer )!
Mainly the painting is an attempt at humour and observation, and amusing myself with little stories within stories. There are actually more than fifty individual figures, but if the connected ones are counted as groups, then fifty it is. Good exercise with the brush, and for keeping the mind active by coming up with scenarios.

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Comments

  • Ciska
    Ciskaover 5 years ago

    Some good excercise with the brush and with the amusing stories in the mind, love this idea!!!

  • Peter Searle ( the Elder )
    Peter Searle (...over 5 years ago

    Thank you, Ciska. Great fun to do, and the mind can run riot creating little scenarios. I find it all immediate and relaxing. Helps a lot with my own BP. Sad to read you’re a fellow journeyer.

  • DoreenPhillips
    DoreenPhillipsabout 5 years ago

    Brilliant addition to the Group.....×........The British Love Queues………….xxxxxxxxxxx

  • Peter Searle ( the Elder )
    Peter Searle (...about 5 years ago

    Thank you Doreen. I didn’t know that about the British. They terrify me; the queues, not the British. Of course I’m a bit peculiar when it comes to lots of people in one place, as I discovered recently, and I tried to capture in my Doodle Searle in Sydney. Love your group! Such a good idea I just had to join and participate. Peter

  • Isa Rodriguez
    Isa Rodriguezabout 5 years ago

    Way to go!!!!!!!!!!!

    you have been featured!

  • Dear Isa I’ve been very lax in not responding earlier. It was an enormous thrill to be featured!
    Thank you
    Peter

    – Peter Searle ( the Elder )

  • paulramnora
    paulramnoraabout 5 years ago

    You pictures/drawings of people/poses/situations are totally brilliant, and, above all, entirely ‘unique’. There really aren’t words available to praise them enough. Absolutely SUPERB! ;-)

  • Thank you Paul. Very sorry again for not responding earlier
    Peter

    – Peter Searle ( the Elder )

  • Pascale Baud
    Pascale Baudalmost 5 years ago

    very clever ! your drawings talk to me !

  • Peter Searle ( the Elder )
    Peter Searle (...almost 5 years ago

    Sorry I didn’t see this sooner pbworks
    Thanks very much for what you wrote. I’m not a snob, and do try to answer all comments, as I truly appreciate them. Guess sometimes I’m away with the birds and don’t check everything daily.
    Peter

  • MelDavies
    MelDaviesalmost 5 years ago

    This is good, it really appeals to me, I like stories too. Cheers Mel

  • Thanks Mel. I do find it amusing to observe, and to speculate. It also is a good reality check, as a lot of humans aren’t afraid to do some very strange things in public: Something I would never have to inclination nor the courage to do myself.

    – Peter Searle ( the Elder )

  • MelDavies
    MelDaviesalmost 5 years ago

    I’m with you there Peter, I like to hide away from the world most times, only venture out when I have to. Much more comfortable with the 23 pets we live with, although they can do some pretty strange things too, and don’t mind me watching (lol).

  • 23 !!! Oh Mel, I have trouble coping with my 2 cats Edmund and Isis, and they eat better than I do, but they too do some strange things, but I couldn’t be without them. Sometimes I wish I could speak ‘Cat’, as they do listen to me prattling on at them ( sometimes ), but I think they’re only being polite.

    – Peter Searle ( the Elder )

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