Love your whimsical take (maybe Nora's ark?) on this theme. As always a collage of beauty and magical pleasure to the eye Ann!
What fun, as a roster fan, just love them, great take on theme.
I hope something like that and you did it! It's fantastic! Brack bravo
Just marvelous Ann it makes me smile...I just love the big fat rain drops and the whimsey...it is so well done AWESOME!!!
Glad I have time again to look !!It seems that im my vacation I'm even busier than usual LOLIt's a joy to watch Ann !! You are always so unique with your ideas !
It's like looking out my own window Ann all the rain we've had lol!!Great scene,love it!!Jayne :-)
Love the wellie-wearing rooster!! A wonderful, whimsical, funny and creative artpiece.
Hee, hee, ha, ha, what a fun piece, a classic act from Ann, I expect no less!Looking out onto sunny skies from my window today!
Oh Ann, I covet those big fat raindrops! This is marvelous...and the rooster in boots is priceless!! Bravo.
would you introduce me to "mr Rooster"!!!!!!!!!!!fab!!!
Oh so Taluula! Fabulous and magical art Ann. Love everything,especially the gum boots on the rooster! Great art! xx
is this noah´s wife? the shoes of the rooster are priceless! wonderful piece as always.
Words fail, Ann! The entire piece is priceless, and the rooster in rubber boots is a hot!
I love this piece.... I love the details, the colors and the depth to the picture. Very nice job :o)
Love this whimsical and well-executed piece!
Wow, your digi stuff is amazing! Ir's a mysterious art to me! Congrats on being picked as the DVD winner on Marsha's blog. Can you contact me so I can arrange to send it to you? Thanks, Kate :-)
Whimsical in the best possible way! The raindrops are super!
Wonderful. Love the rooster in rainboots. :))
Gorgeous artwork! So beautiful.
Ann,Have you been hitting the sherry bottle? The one that says "Drink Me".It looks a little like "Alice at the Seashore" :)I love it!!Paulette
Lovely long raindrops, and such a beautiful surreal scenery!
What a deluge! I thought you were the female version of Noah, but in the end it's all about glutonny! :D Faaaaantastic picture!Christine (asasdechris.blogspot)
I would love to be able to sit and look outside upon the ocean. Not to mention I love animals, too. I have to admit, though, that I have never seen grass like that before. Wow! :O) Wonderful work!
As always a terrific entry! Love José
Oh so many wonderful things to see, Ann!
So much to see out that window- and the lovely lady seems too put out or sad to notice. Probably just as well - cuz it looks mighty wet out there. Thanks for stopping by my place today!
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