Monday, June 27, 2011

Mag 71

Endeavor, Lino Tagliapietra, Columbus Museum of Art


59 comments:

  1. lovely surreal image Tess - I am tempted to come back with another one ...

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  2. By all means, Isabel. You are welcome to submit more than one!

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  3. Sorry folks, I wrote one but I haven't been able to get it published somehow. Ah, technology...

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  4. Thanks Tess, a melancholy one from me this week, I love that painting by the way.

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  5. I always look forward to Magpie Mondays! I'm going fishing this weekend...

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  6. Yeah! I got it fixed. Ah, technology...

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  7. Brigid, actually it is pieces of art glass suspended on wires from the ceiling. I stood in this room at the museum, transfixed.

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  8. Really lovely image, so enjoyed this one:0
    Thanks Tess!

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  9. Love the life in this one..thanks, once more!

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  10. Tess, this photo brought feelings of sadness... and deep thought which lead me wrote a way far approach between religious beliefs and philosophical facts...

    Good day!

    ~Kelvin

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  11. Hi Tess, just posted poem, thanks for great prompt - I couldn't resist!

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  12. I'm back after a brief hiatus.
    Here's my Magpie: Afloat

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  13. I think this left me all at sea! LOL

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  14. I can totally relate with the picture. Nice one, Tess. :)

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  15. A cracking prompt choice this week. I look forward to all those Magpie's!

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  16. Aaaaaahhhh, look out for the Bibbons.

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  17. Tess, I always think-- oh no! I can't write about this. And then suddenly, an inkling...xxxj

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  18. Love the image ~ it's 'Chihuly like.'

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  19. Great prompt, Tess. My post, in haste.

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  20. Oh, you are good, Tess.
    Another one to get me thinking off the wall.

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  21. Thank you for continued prompts. This artwork must look stunning 'in the flesh'.

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  22. write one actually.
    will comment now,

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  23. Dreams of flight, from pithacantrapus
    erectus to a Dublin lass adrift in the
    summer in Ohio, this one pulls us
    off our feet, and put me in the stratosphere.

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  24. Hope your got my email about this glass art piece!!

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  25. This one really set my mind whirling! Great image!

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  26. Fabulous prompt, Tess. It reminded me of something in An Unfittie's Guide before the old unfittie here got Writer's Block. I'm sure glad there are writing memes to help get me back on track.
    Thanks!
    K

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  27. This is such a lovely prompt Tess.. reminds me of those glass sculptures..

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  28. I just saw just one thing - a bit yucky - but I saw it!

    Anna :o]

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  29. I knew immediately what these were;-)

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  30. inspiring photo prompt Tess! I had to go read all about Lino. What an artist and what a man!

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  31. This is a nice way of encouraging people to write :) Shall try to keep visiting.

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  32. Wrote mine today with all the aches and pains in full force. Kind of silly. Thanks Tess.
    QMM

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  33. Thank you Tess for the opportunity and also to those first poets here that I read. For I am not sure if the prompt or their poems inspired me ... maybe both.

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  34. This is the first time I've joined in on this-- thank you! It was a fun little project. (The glass installation is gorgeous, btw-- would dearly love to see it in real life!)

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  35. a wild photo. oops, sorry i mimicked your title. it was unconscious.

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  36. Hi Tess, could you remove #66. I stuffed up putting the URL in. The correct one is #67. Thanks :)

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  37. Interesting sculpture... good spark to the imagination. Thanks for the prompt; I saw something magical.

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  38. Great comment. Thanks! I have posted.

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  39. beautiful image... I did a little correction after posting my poem.. Apologizing...

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  40. fascinating picture! thanks for the inspiration Tess.

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  41. This was fun. I love working with more abstract stuff

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  42. That was super fun! The image was awesome..Quite challenging too..

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  43. Never tried this before, but after looking at the image I couldn't help it! Lovely photo!

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  44. This picture reminded me of the inside of my head, so I tried to write about it!

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  45. back after a year sabbatical from writing and blogging. starting simply and small. but i always enjoyed magpie tales. already have read some superb writing and had some nice comments on my work. :-)

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  46. havent written on here for ages !
    really hoping i can get back into it all:)

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  47. Definitely taking flight this week...

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  48. I have to thank you for this one, Tess. A great prompt when I needed it the most. Happy 4th.

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  49. Had me stumped for a while... but better late than never, right?

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  50. I was in Murano last September and watched the glass blowers at work. It is no surprise that this artist was born there, the colourful work is typical of the Island. Lovely picture and beautiful glass work. Blessings Tigerbrite.

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  51. This is a beautiful picture. Mine is up with difficulty and if you do read it, you see what it did to me! I kid you not!

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  52. Hello Maggies! I hope that everyone has a happy and blessed fourth! :o)

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  53. Have a wonderful Fourth of July everyone. Happy holiday.

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