Great shot and we totally agree with the text!
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When only toes will do
Pass the parcel
One wet afternoon, a rabble of soggy hippies gathered in a lounge in Brighton and started to play pass the parcel. We had no wrapped gifts to hand and so improvised with a lighter; the winners prize being the honour (challenge!) of lighting peoples cigarettes.
Friends together, high fives being proudly made in the air; when the music stopped, the buck stopped with me.
After some limbering up, my toes stepped up to the plate (the crowd roaring).
I scooped the lighter to the left toe team and shakily sparked the lighter with the right toe team.
The crowds went wild!
The final picture is the right and left toe team with their trainer, flame still burning bright.
Looks like a wild and crazy game, hope no one got burned
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My dearest’s toes taking a break along the coast in Weymouth, Dorset UK in
the summer of 2011 ( I think)
Putting her feet up and toes in the air is not something she gets to do a
Great shot, love the black and white!
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Feet in Street Mirror
I came across this discarded mirror in the street.
Edited using Gimp National Geographic Script.
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“London can be interesting because a lot of the city is steeped in traditions, history and, old architecture. Throughout the city elements of the past were contained in everything, even the new things. Coming from America it was an odd feeling to have because our history is so young in comparison.
‘Powerless Structures, Fig. 101′ by artist duo Elmgreen and Dragset is a bronze statue of a boy on a rocking horse which adorns Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth. The artists have said that the sculpture makes a serious point. “Why do we have this tradition to put people on horse back if they have won a battle? What do we want to say by doing that? We thought maybe we should celebrate some generations to come and hope that there will be a future where we won’t have to have so many war monuments.”
Good point. Nice shot!
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“This is a forth one to top up my dance drawing series. It is an incredible pose. I wanted it to be much lighter that the previous work. I thought it was all becoming quite dark.”
Really great drawing!
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“As I have previously mentioned, I love the National Gallery – nothing really beats wandering through their rooms filled with artistic gems that tell the story of art history under one roof. Whether you’re popping in for a ten minute peek when sheltering from the rain or to see a full-blown exhibition, it’s a wonderful place to visit. Often their free exhibition programme is truly outstanding and it was to see one of these that I was there on a rainy afternoon earlier this week.
Now there’s no denying that Titian is an incredible artist and probably the greatest painter of 16th century Venice but this still isn’t my preferred period and consequently I wouldn’t pick him as one of my favourites.
Titian, Noli me Tangere, c. 1511-12. Courtesy of The National Gallery and via www.nationalgallery.org.uk . “
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“The keen beans among you will know that tonight being Thursday, it’s home group night for me. (The keener beans were wondering what happened last week that we didn’t have home group. The short answer is lent.) Anyway, it was a good evening, lots of discussion and a new member. But now plenty more ‘suggestions’ as to what I should draw. I won’t bore you with them, suffice it to say that they were all as silly as each other and that I drew the monk on the space hopper because that came first and brought with it such a clear image that I couldn’t ignore it. I feel that this is practically a commission (talking of which, I had one and forgot all about it! Sorry Berni!). I think I’ll start charging. On that happy note, here it is:
Pencil on paper. “
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Very creative and sure doesn’t look easy.
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Drew writes, “After having got up at 4.30 (Norwegian time – 3.30am UK) to undertake this journey, I wish I could adopt this position on a plane. But I think those days are past.”
What relaxation. Great one!
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