Sunday, April 28, 2013

Mag 166

illustration by Helen Ward 

18 comments:

  1. This one is awesome. Can't wait to see what everyone does with it. Lots of different directions I think. Some CS lewis or Plesix ("wind in the willows") sort of images i imagine?

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  2. Good morning everyone... I've missed you. Have a great day!

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  3. Thanks Tess! - be back later to visit!

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  4. ... delightful illustration!

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  5. Playful Sunday morning--had fun with this one. Now, off to read what others created. Thanks, Tess.

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  6. very fun image- reminds me of Wind in the Willows
    Cheers to all- have a splendid week!

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  7. One man's party is another man's poison, as they say.

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  8. Bit of a challenge..but made it!!

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  9. Went to bed before I linked! Silly me! *smiles*

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  10. It was fun to think again about The Wind in the Willows. I live in the area in which Kenneth Grahame based his book.

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    1. I remember my copy of that wonderful story . . of homesickness, wanderlust, lost children, arrogance, pride preceding a fall, revenge . . . a kid's book that all adults should read. Mine had a map of the Wild Wood, the RIver Bank and Toad Hall in the back papers.

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  11. Wander is having trouble with his internet access, so he asked me to post his poem this week.

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  12. What fun it is today! :-)
    Thanks for hosting and for your visual prompts, Tess.

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