Monday, 3 September 2012

TAKE A WORD


NUMBERS

This week we have NUMBERS as our word for inspiration at TAKE A WORD, and that reminded me of the beautiful nymph I saw in my garden early one morning recently.  She was sitting serenely beside the garden pond gazing at her own reflection ...... or may be it was at the water lilies.   Had she not moved slightly I would have missed her clothed as she was in hues of green and blue.  I was distracted by a bird flying high overhead and when I looked back in her direction she was gone! Mmmmm.

The 'nymph' is courtesy of Dover, the backgrounds are from the ladies of the WaterLO Project, whilst the numbers of the clock I am unable to credit but if you know their origin please let me know.

Thank you for looking.




16 comments:

linda said...

This is a real thing of beauty! I love the colors and wonderful texture.

Liz said...

Oooooh, she's magnificent! WOW, what lovely art

Junibears said...

She's beautiful Ann, with or without numbers! Love the colours you used! xx

Lizbethem said...

Oh, Ann, this is magical! I adore the colours and the whole design.xx

indybev said...

This is stunning, Ann. Looks as if your brief getaway inspired you to great things!

peggy gatto said...

Lovely "fusion" of images, it appears and disappears.
Did I say how much I enjoy your banner?

Lori Saul said...

A masterful piece of magic and serenity!

Ozstuff said...

Your garden and neighbourhood are hotbeds of strange happenings!! This is so beautiful, Ann. Hope you enjoyed your short break - and I can see that you have returned all refreshed and inspired anew.

Anni - Fabric and Mixed Media Art said...

WOW what an amazing piece, love everyting about it.
Anni

Christine said...

A very poetic nynph! By the way, your banner is great!

Debbie said...

A wonderful melding of blues and greens. The numbers add such a great texture and blend right in. Nicely created!

johanna said...

all i can say is WOW!!

abby j said...

GORGEOUS!!!

Sim said...

Really really beautiful dear friend!

Healing Woman said...

This one is probably my all time favorite of yours. Not only the colors are mysterious but the lettering and numbers, which all seem to be telling a story allowing the reader and viewer to fill in the blanks. Fantastic!

Gery said...

I'm speachless about this beauty.
Groetjes Gery