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Artist
Real Name:
Paul
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1808∈
Gender:
male 
Location:
Vancouver, Washington USA 
Birthday:
11 Jan 1970 (48 years) 
Membership:
11/23/08 9:04 PM GMT01/23/17 3:26 AM GMT 

Recent Works by busybottle: (full gallery)

Crooked River Cliffs by busybottle, photography->shorelines gallery Painted Lady by busybottle, photography->butterflies gallery St Johns Bridge by busybottle, photography->bridges gallery
Crooked River Cliffs Painted Lady St Johns Bridge

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::cynlee
02/17/11 4:46 AM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for the comment on Soon. I hope all your daffodils are lovely and your tulips too.
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WHAT WIKILEAKS REVEALED Protect freedom of speech and don't let them lie to us anymore.
.Eubeen
02/17/11 5:30 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Relief". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Too bad about your pet crow. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.Eubeen
02/19/11 7:09 AM GMT
Hey Paul, thanks for commenting on "Indifference". What they call each other can't be any worse than what they call me. Have a marvelous weekend. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.Eubeen
02/23/11 6:45 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "Painted Autumn". Glad you enjoyed the image. I wish I could get this amount of detail in my paintings. Getting the light and shadows right would drive me crazy. Have a grand day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
::Silvanus
02/25/11 12:30 AM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for the kind words, and thoughtful comments on "Foreshadowing Spring" and "Winding Through the Fog." I appreciate it.

It seems that spring will be somewhat delayed. We had another foot of snow this week.

- Steve
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.Eubeen
02/28/11 7:27 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Unexpected". I had no idea there was a "knight on fire" in the photo or I would have put him out before snapping any more photos. Glad you enjoyed the image. Not much to see in the flower shot, but feel free to take a gander. Have a calm & peaceful day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
::luckyshot
02/28/11 9:45 PM GMT
Paul - Thank you for faving 'Bear Island Lighthouse 2'. I appreciate it very much. Thad
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If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera. ~Lewis Hine
.blithe16
03/05/11 1:12 PM GMT
merci, I am so glad to be acquainted with artist support and enriched comments from caedes. well received Paul. Also I checked out your stuff "reminisce" was a picture i truly liked, darks and red,but who wouldn't like this. waves of color, also a bella shot.. but i love a lot of your sanguine shots

also thanks for the sympathetic and edifying comment on fiery nature, glad i'm not alone with thinking shooting this kind of image was tough
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.Eubeen
03/05/11 5:25 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Creamy". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Much appreciated and have a grand weekend. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
::Silvanus
03/06/11 2:43 PM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for your kind comments on "The Warmth of October" and "Prairie Sky." I appreciate it. And thanks for adding "The Warmth of October" to your favorites.

- Steve
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.Eubeen
03/09/11 5:48 AM GMT
Hey Paul, thanks for your comments on "Flying Squirrel". Wished I had thought of calling it a squallow. Glad you enjoyed the photo. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.blithe16
03/09/11 9:12 AM GMT
haha yes. they are leaves... or are they (dah dah dunnn).. no they are (except for the butterfly on the left). sometimes i subconsciously make objects look like animals or insert subjects unintentionally when im painting.. drawing... sometimes on purpose. like some people see a face or a camel in this flower.

haha. thanks for checking out my stuff, laughed at some of your comments, blue bear... yea because you're a guy, pink bear wouldn't do.. and mohawks are the shiz. all babies should have them.. all the time (i hear i drew cool eyes on my (his) dona isabel painting too)
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.Drummer_girl
03/09/11 9:38 AM GMT
Thanks for your comment on Natures Geometry :) much appreciated!
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"Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it." Confucius
::Silvanus
03/09/11 1:56 PM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for your kind and thoughtful comments on "Rose Garden" and "Molten." I appreciate it.

- Steve
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.Eubeen
03/10/11 6:59 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "Icarus Unbound". Glad you enjoyed the photo. I have learned it's best not to hunt flying squirrel with a .12 gauge or this is all that is left. Have a lovely day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
::Silvanus
03/10/11 2:11 PM GMT
Thanks again, Paul. I appreciate the kind words on "Rainbow Forest."

- Steve
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.blithe16
03/10/11 8:31 PM GMT
glad you like cabos dark.. it was a great and soothing mood setting. i have no idea how to use photoshopping software. ill prob stick with being an amateur trying to capture good photos by chance
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.Eubeen
03/14/11 6:00 AM GMT
Howdy hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Rose Bowl". Glad you weren't taken in by the all the fakery. Have a grand day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.blithe16
03/14/11 11:40 AM GMT
haha. luckily that knife was plastic but nice and total accordance. nice guys are a half pence a dozen.

yea, casechaser is quite the psychoanalyst. Sometimes oddly accurate, sometimes rather inductive and creative (inducteative). I don;t recall if if i was drawing freedom but i believe water and its natural power does represent the release of chaos and the calm

ha yes, oil on paper .. not friendly. oil paint is everywhere, particularly on my (none fancy) clothes and computer but eh, such is life.

(i <3 autofix, bc i am inept)
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::Silvanus
03/14/11 11:36 PM GMT
Thanks, Paul. Your kind words and thoughtful comments on "The Sheltering Oak" and "Winter Garden" are very much appreciated. And thanks, as well, for adding "The Sheltering Oak" to your favorites. Have a great week!

- Steve
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.Eubeen
03/19/11 6:51 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Tangle of Legs". The kitten was merely surprised when the dog made a sudden move. Glad you liked the photo. Have a wonderful weekend. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.Eubeen
03/23/11 5:44 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "View". Glad you liked the photo and I get what you were saying about what you can see if you look. Funny how few people bother to actually look at a photo. Have a wonderful day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.Eubeen
03/25/11 6:35 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Fading Memories". That explains things then, I wonder what other shots are on that memory card. The "mud" is the dead needles of the pine and spruce trees lining the gravel path. Glad you enjoyed the photo. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.blithe16
03/25/11 11:27 AM GMT
well i am happy you see talent, and am not just scared. i don't think you should be able to literally relate to that man however i'm thinking fishing hook? must hurt.

thanks for the kind words, and I am happy you see talent in an "unconventional" drawing =). . . thanks for the reassuring comment on scalloped metal, appreciated
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how can one use letters, words or prose against its own institution? is it not to say that this accepted alphabet can portray intolerable thoughts against itself; the reflection of these words represent the meaning of ones mindless inquiry, generalizing became this text. . .read the marks behind a letter of assurance/ freedom is jailed within. . ." _ EaB
.Eubeen
03/27/11 6:16 AM GMT
Hey Paul, thanks for your comments on "A View". The grain silo off in the distance is sadly listing to the right. I'm sure it is only a matter of time before it topples over spilling all the grain. Sure it will make the crows happy and the cows fat, but people will complain over the silliest of things. Have a wonderful day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
::Silvanus
03/27/11 9:53 PM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for your kind words on "Winter Rocks." I appreciate it. Have a great week!

- Steve
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.Eubeen
03/30/11 6:16 AM GMT
Hi Paul, your squirrels are clearly falling behind in the arms race, ours have "squirrel guns". Thanks for your comments on "Sitting on the Edge". Glad you enjoyed the scene and have a lovely day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.BLynne
03/30/11 12:58 AM GMT
Hi Paul! Thank you so much for your comment on "So Happy to See the Sun"! I'm flattered...especially coming from someone that takes such excellent photos. Thanks again!! - Bethany
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.blithe16
03/30/11 1:04 PM GMT
"but never to be seen so far off the beaten path" - poignant to reality. danke schon por tes comments
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how can one use letters, words or prose against its own institution? is it not to say that this accepted alphabet can portray intolerable thoughts against itself; the reflection of these words represent the meaning of ones mindless inquiry, generalizing became this text. . .read the marks behind a letter of assurance/ freedom is jailed within. . ." _ EaB
::0930_23
03/30/11 2:11 PM GMT
Thanks for faving Trickle Down Effect, Paul. Appreciated.
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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
.carhom
03/30/11 10:02 PM GMT
Your amazing photo gallery
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::Silvanus
04/01/11 3:23 PM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for your kind words and thoughtful comments on "Summer Garden" and "A Bleak and Somber Season." I appreciate it. Have a great weekend!

- Steve
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.Eubeen
04/07/11 6:44 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Yellow". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Being too close was the problem with the shot. Have a grand day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
::SEFA
04/07/11 7:06 PM GMT
Hello Paul,
thank you so very much for the kind comments and the faves on "Spring Sunset" and "Early Summer morning", greatly appreciated!
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SEFA
.Eubeen
04/08/11 6:56 AM GMT
Good day Paul, thanks for your comments on "Grasshopper". I can't guarantee it was noon when the photo was shot, hope that don't affect how you feel about the shot, lol. Glad you enjoyed the photo. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.StarLite
04/08/11 12:07 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for commenting on my new posts, I am glad you like them so :) As far as the works in Gimp I'll give you a hint as to how I did it - I used the brushes - try it ;) It's fun!
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Life is what you make of it! ~_~ My Gallery ~_~
::nessalovesnature
04/08/11 12:09 AM GMT
Thanks for making "Miur Woods" a fav. *grinning from ear to ear* It is an amazing place. I have only been to California 2 times and it was absoluteley amazing. I'm obsessed with large trees, so I was in heaven while I was there. I always appreciate your visits, and comments. Thanks again dear! =)
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Man's heart away from nature becomes hard. ~Standing Bear ***** I believe in God, only I spell it "Nature" ~Frank Lloyd Wright, quoted, 14 August 1966 **** With innovation and technology, seems we have forgotten to cherish the true beauty the world has to offer. ~A.C. Van Cherub
.Susiesun
04/10/11 6:07 PM GMT
**

Hi Paul!

Unfortunately I do not know the name of the "Geometric Flower" Paul, I only saw them in the last 15 years there, surrounding the dunes.
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Susie Sun
.Eubeen
05/02/11 11:39 PM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "Foggy". Glad you enjoyed the photo. The lake monster might account for those screams I heard as I snapped the shot. Have a nice day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
.Eubeen
05/05/11 1:22 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for commenting on "An Eyeful". Much appreciated and glad you found it enjoyable. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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Painting is an illusion, a piece of magic, so what you see is not what you see. - Philip Guston
::Silvanus
05/15/11 7:18 PM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for the generous comments and favs on "Saffron Sky" and "Nightfall on Spider Lake." I appreciate it.

- Steve
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.StarLite
05/16/11 11:05 AM GMT
pen Bird didn't take me lot of time since it was right in front of me when I saw what the contest is going to be about. :) I am glad you like it and so the other posts of the flower..and yes I agree about the backroung on the O&Y Flower but I only have a small digital camera (Nikon E5600) without much options such as EVs adjustments. Thank you for the support though, I like honest comments the most! :)
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"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." - Henry David Thoreau .................. My Gallery ~_~
.Eubeen
05/16/11 2:10 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for commenting on "A Little on the Side". Glad you enjoyed the view. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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There is nothing in the world of art like the songs mother used to sing. - Camille Pissarro
.StarLite
05/20/11 4:14 PM GMT
Thanks for the support Paul, I am very glad you liked my post Bramble Blossom. :)
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"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." - Henry David Thoreau .................. My Gallery ~_~
::danika
05/21/11 2:39 PM GMT
Hi Paul, Thanks for the fave on "Country Sunset". I don't get too many great sunsets since I live on the very top of a ridge ... so when opportunity strikes I quick grab my camera. Glad you like it. Sherree
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"Packers Rock!"
.mesmerized
05/21/11 4:31 PM GMT
Thanks so much, Paul, for your visit and kind words on my memorial image for our cat...greatly appreciated...we get so attached to our pets.
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In your light I learn how to love. In your beauty, how to make poems. You dance inside my chest, where no one sees you, but sometimes I do, and that sight becomes this art. ~Rumi~
.StarLite
06/05/11 3:04 PM GMT
Thank you Paul! For all your beautiful comments on my flower posts. I am really happy to see that you like them and yes there are a lot of flowers around here - I should post some more soon too when I get to it. :) Thank you once again!
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"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." - Henry David Thoreau .................. My Gallery ~_~
.Eubeen
06/07/11 2:51 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Scene from the Road: Curtmar Farms". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Have a fine day. ~Wendell
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There is nothing in the world of art like the songs mother used to sing. - Camille Pissarro
.marcaribe
06/09/11 11:12 AM GMT
Thank you for the nice comment and faving "After the Storm" Paul!! What a difference a day makes! you'd never believe 24 hours ago this calm and tranquil place was full of dark angry storm clouds, blowing winds, pounding rain and non stop thunder and lighting bolts crashing across the sky, the lake was choppy, gray and rough. Maybe I should have offered fruit and rice cakes instead of bad for you donuts..LOL

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.StarLite
06/16/11 5:03 PM GMT
Yes they are Lilacs ( I checked on Google :) Thanks for the comment I am glad you liked the work.
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"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see." - Henry David Thoreau .................. My Gallery ~_~
.Eubeen
06/18/11 2:46 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Lumbering Beast". Glad you enjoyed the view. The damage was already in the process of being restored as the shot was taken. In 10-20 years you'd never know it had occurred. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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There is nothing in the world of art like the songs mother used to sing. - Camille Pissarro
.Eubeen
06/19/11 4:52 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "End of the Song". Glad you enjoyed the view. I could never bear to "just jump in and get a little wet". One must remain civilized even in the wilderness. After all it's what separates us from the animals; that and good steel cages with proper plaques detailing exactly which poor critter is in the cage. Have a lovely day. ~Wendell
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There is nothing in the world of art like the songs mother used to sing. - Camille Pissarro
::luckyshot
08/15/11 4:14 PM GMT
Paul - I am pleased that you have had a few moments to post photos and comment on others. Thanks so much for faving Denali Taiga. We had a phenomenal trip to Alaska, with great weather and amazing views of landscape and animals. Thad
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If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera. ~Lewis Hine
.Eubeen
08/16/11 12:50 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Who You Calling Yellow". Glad you liked the photo. I would suggest starting off with a disposable camera for a drop kicking experience. Have a great day and a wonderful week. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
::SEFA
08/17/11 9:59 PM GMT
Hello Paul,
many thank´s for the very kind words on "Hiding place with a view" and for taking it to your faves. I appreciate it a lot!
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SEFA
.Eubeen
08/17/11 10:30 PM GMT
Thanks Paul for confessing to littering and despoiling nature. Glad you liked "ID". Much appreciated and have a great day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
.Eubeen
08/20/11 1:00 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "He Ain't Heavy". Glad you enjoyed the scene. Have a lovely day and a great weekend. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
::SEFA
08/20/11 9:36 AM GMT
Hello Paul,
many thank´s for taking "Hiding evening sun" to your faves, greatly appreciated!
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SEFA
.Eubeen
08/22/11 6:44 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Pinkish". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Have a grand and relaxing day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
::Homtail
08/31/11 7:45 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thankyou for your comment on Puzzlewood! Much appreciated.
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He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the almighty. I will say of the Lord, "He is my refuge and my fortress, my God in whom i trust". Psalm 91: 1 and 2
::SEFA
09/01/11 7:37 AM GMT
Hello Paul,
thanks so much for taking "Golden forest" to your faves, greatly appreciated!
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::0930_23
09/01/11 1:59 PM GMT
Thanks Paul for faving A Peaceful Place and the rework. I think I like the original the best too.

TicK


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.Eubeen
09/01/11 9:55 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Pool". Glad you enjoyed the scenery, sorry you missed the grab bag. I neglected to get any close ups of the scene, that day was all about the long view. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
.Eubeen
09/05/11 3:52 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Uppish". Glad you enjoyed the scene. I intentionally darkened the scene to enhance the shadows. For some reason they usually come across on this site as being too dark. Have a wonderful day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
.Little_Art_Gurl
09/05/11 5:41 PM GMT
Paul,

Many thanks for your kind words on "Rustic Beauty (Redone)"! I really appreciate you taking the time to stop in and leave a comment! :)

Bless you,

-Maria
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"I believe in Christianity as I believe in the rising sun; not because I see it, but by it I can see all else." -C.S. Lewis
.Eubeen
09/07/11 1:22 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Looking Up". Glad you enjoyed the view. Sorry about the neck problems. Have a wonderful day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
::SEFA
09/07/11 7:22 PM GMT
Hello Paul,
many thanks for taking "As in a mirror" to your faves, greatly appreciated!
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SEFA
.Eubeen
09/11/11 2:00 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "No Idea". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Other people have taken to calling them hydrangea. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
.PrettyFae
09/14/11 9:14 AM GMT
Paul - thank you so much for your comments on Axolotl! (have to check that every time I write it!). You are so lovely :) Take care x x x
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.Eubeen
09/15/11 12:16 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Lighthouse". Glad you liked the scene. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
.Little_Art_Gurl
09/15/11 12:09 AM GMT
Paul,

So glad you liked "Queen Anne's Lace" Thanks for stopping by! :)
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"I believe in Christianity as I believe in the rising sun; not because I see it, but by it I can see all else." -C.S. Lewis
::SEFA
09/16/11 11:02 AM GMT
Thank you so much Paul for taking "Rural evening colors 2" to your faves, very much appreciated!
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SEFA
.Eubeen
09/17/11 2:18 PM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "All Legs". Glad you enjoyed the photo. I had no idea they were that dangerous or I would have worn my asbestos underwear when handling it. Have a grand day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
::0930_23
10/02/11 3:47 AM GMT
Thanks for the fave on Another View, Paul. Appreciated.
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Cameras are like people--sometimes they lose focus.
::SEFA
11/05/11 4:38 PM GMT
Thank you Paul for the kind comment and the fave on "Fuzzy fall morning", greatly appreciated!
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SEFA
.Eubeen
11/06/11 6:29 PM GMT
Hey Paul, thanks for your comments on "I Got it Backwards" and for adding "Lilyvale" to your faves. Glad you enjoyed the photos. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
.Eubeen
11/09/11 2:36 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Abridged". Glad you liked the scene. Have a wonderful day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
::Silvanus
11/13/11 12:46 AM GMT
Thanks, Paul, for your kind words on "Apple Blossom Evening" and "Morning Chorale." Much appreciated.

- Steve
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.marcaribe
12/16/11 12:10 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for enjoying my sweet treat, if you ate everything in the picture it would come to 3 million calories and 1500 lbs of chocolate..it took them 500 hours to make it. Sorry I have not commented much lately I simply got all photo'ed out.

Diane
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.Eubeen
12/16/11 2:50 AM GMT
Hey Paul, thanks for your comments on "Whole Lot of Green". Glad you enjoyed the scene. After the 94th abduction you get used to it and things become routine. Have a great day. ~Wendell
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The difference between a bad artist and a good one is: the bad artist seems to copy a great deal; the good one really does. ~William Blake
.icedancer
01/11/12 12:33 AM GMT

Wanting to Wish you A Very Happy Birthday , tomorrow, Jan. 11th. Hope you have a blast with your family and dear friends. I'm raising my glass to you my dear friend. CHEERS.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Save us some cake, we're heading over, lol.
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.Eubeen
04/18/12 3:49 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "111". Glad you liked the photo. Have a wonderful day. The house would be a hundred+ years old. ~Wendell
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Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man's growth without destroying his roots. — Frank A. Clark
.Eubeen
04/18/12 5:53 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "A Walk in the Park". Glad you enjoyed the scene. Unfortunately my cloning license has been temporarily suspended. Have a very fine day. ~Wendell
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Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man's growth without destroying his roots. — Frank A. Clark
.LakeMichigan
04/18/12 12:45 AM GMT
Thank you Paul for your kind words on " I'm Back " and " The Pelican State." I appreciate it , glad you like the photos.
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I would travel only by horse, if I had the choice. ~ Linda McCartney ~
.Eubeen
04/20/12 6:44 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "A Leaf Falls". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Have a lovely day. ~Wendell
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Criticism, like rain, should be gentle enough to nourish a man's growth without destroying his roots. — Frank A. Clark
.LakeMichigan
04/20/12 11:59 AM GMT
Thank you Paul for the comments on " The Shrimper " & "Got Aussie". I appreciate it.
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I would travel only by horse, if I had the choice. ~ Linda McCartney ~
::LakeMichigan
09/13/12 11:10 AM GMT
Thank you Paul for the comments on " Natures Painting". Much appreciated.
Marsha
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I would travel only by horse, if I had the choice. ~ Linda McCartney ~
::LakeMichigan
09/19/12 12:57 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for the comments on The Singer, The Windmill and Young Blue eyes , I appreciate it.
Thanks again,
Marsha
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I would travel only by horse, if I had the choice. ~ Linda McCartney ~
::0930_23
09/19/12 3:36 PM GMT
Hi Paul. Nice to hear from you again. Thanks so much for faving Freedom, Pride and Hope. Glad you liked it.
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::0930_23
09/20/12 2:46 PM GMT
I really appreciate the fave on "White Out," Paul.
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.icedancer
01/12/13 2:32 AM GMT
Stopping quickly by to send you my Happy Birthday Wishes Have a wonderful day with family & good friend. Cheers
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::Eubeen
03/19/13 5:54 AM GMT
Hi Paul, thanks for your comments on "Tricycle". Glad you enjoyed the photo. If you'd learn to look after your toys better and not leave them laying about for fools like me to trip over them. Then we wouldn't have a problem. Have a great day and take care. ~Wendell
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It is hard enough to remember my opinions, without also remembering my reasons for them! — Friedrich Nietzsche
::solita17
03/19/13 7:14 PM GMT
Paul, Thanks for faving my 'meditation' image... much appreciated!
mary
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::Eubeen
03/19/13 8:05 PM GMT
Thanks Paul for your foggin' comments on "Fogged Up". Glad you enjoyed the photo. Have a lovely fog free day. ~Wendell
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It is hard enough to remember my opinions, without also remembering my reasons for them! — Friedrich Nietzsche
.LANJOCKEY
03/21/13 6:14 AM GMT
Hello Paul.....Many thanks for taking the time to view (IRISH RED SETTER)and for your lovely comments,it is as you know very much appreciated..This setter belongs to a friend of mine and he asked me if I could take a few pictures of his dog,this is the one that he likes the best...Thankyou again....All the very best to you Paul.........Mick.
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::SEFA
03/22/13 10:07 AM GMT
Thank you so much for taking "October afternoon" to your faves, greatly appreciated!
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::SEFA
03/23/13 9:41 AM GMT
Many thanks Paul for faving "Hovercraft". I appreciate it a lot.
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::Eubeen
03/24/13 4:30 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your comments on "Flower", "Untitled 4", Sketchy Flower 1" and "Sketchy Flower 2". Glad you enjoyed the photos. You can find the original unsketched flowers here and here. As you can see #2 was the worse photo, :-P. Have a lovely day. ~Wendell
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It is hard enough to remember my opinions, without also remembering my reasons for them! — Friedrich Nietzsche
::Eubeen
03/26/13 12:59 AM GMT
Thanks Paul for your fave on "The Same Little Bird" and comments on "A Little Bird" and "Potted Flowers". Much appreciated and glad you enjoyed the photos. Have an exciting day. ~Wendell
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.icedancer
01/13/14 5:10 PM GMT
A Very Happy Belated Birthday which was on Jan 11, 2014. The little birdie was a little late getting here. Hope you enjoy it with your family and dear friend. Have fun
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HAPPY & SAFE NEW YEAR ♥ Skates ♥

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