Tuesday, December 28, 2010

On the Fourth Day of Christmas...

Norman Rockwell

5 comments:

  1. I enjoy how eclectic your selections have been for the last couple of days . . . Rockwell . . . Picasso . . . Bouguereau. All wonderful images, but each SO different.

    By the way, how does a guy get invited to the party featured in your banner photo?

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  2. I like the variety of work you've chosen for this series of Days of Christmas.

    I wonder how people stayed warm when they traveled like this. Sometimes I feel cold riding inside a car this time of year.

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  3. EG - lol Rockwell made everything look so quaint and nostalgic, while I'm sure in reality it was kind of a drag to have to travel this way in winter on a regular basis!

    Jack - it looks like he's being disinvited, though, doesn't it? I suppose it depends upon how one views things. It's all a matter of perspective. Thanks for the visit.

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  4. I'm on dial up here at home and I've been waiting for awhile about ten minutes for the picture to load up. Anyway, just to let you know I dropped by and will catch you later.

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  5. Love this painting and the entire series! Will catch no 5 next....great idea you creative thing Gina!
    Gin at gettingafoothold.blogspot.com

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