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i liked the one of the sleeping lady on the coach.
Of course :)The funny thing is that I cannot stop watching them, for a while, I just go through them and it is like they have a life of their own !?Similarly for things that I write (poems?!?) I read them over and over for a while.I tend to thing that everyone is like this toward his/her own creation, but the main difference between a real artist and everyone else (like me) is that a lot of people can make the connection, whereas for my creations, for example, it is just me who feels connected to them
Oh!They are BEAUTIFUL!It is apparent that a poet has taken them...:)Especially the three last ones are very poetic!Thanks for sharing...And be happy.P.S. I liked the one Jeerjeerak mentioned the most!
Well, Jeer has a different reason to like that photo, I suspect, and that is because the lady is a good friend of hers :)
:) well, i fell for the green feeling of that photo too. Another thing, it's interesting what you say about watching and reading your creative works over and over again, cause i sometimes have this too. Mine is more of a self-fascination i suspect...
For me too :) I do not mean to downgrade those personal experiences in any way, everyone's creative work capture some feeling of him/her, and that is probably why s/he enjoys revisiting them.My simple observation is that for a creative work to become a piece of art, it needs to make that connection with many people, and capture part of their feelings, etc.
I started reading this novel, `` The Driver ,'' by Hart Hanson , and I did not like it much and decided to stop. But then I came ba...