Sunday, 19 July 2015

TAKE A WORD


HELP!

Marie has chosen SEA LIFE as our  theme for this week at Take a Word and that reminded me of something I saw whilst on holiday in Greece last week ... honestly.

It was for all the world like watching the hand that lifted Excalibur out of the Lake at Avalon ... only the hand in question here was actually rising out of the Aegean Sea and brandishing a bottle.  At first I thought it might be a drunken sailor with his tot of rum but then I realised there was a message inside  the bottle.  I couldn't be certain, from so far away, but I think the message read H E L P!

Credit to EenasCreations and Pixabay.com.

Thank you for looking.

12 comments:

Judy said...

" H E L P send more money!" I think!! Well done, Ann, love your surreal 'Grecian' piece!
Hope you hols went well!

Lori Saul said...

Fabulous creativity Ann- always a joy to visit your works of the imagination!

Ozstuff said...

Glad to see that you are safely home, Ann, and already tapping your creativity with a gorgeous surreal - and a story to go with it. Superb.

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Wow!! This is awesome. Love it.

Deann said...

I'm with Judy all the way and I think you had a little too much Ouzo my dear.

johanna said...

haha, Ouzo... but your Imagination works well, anyway!

sirkkis said...

Welcome back, Ann. It's good to see your priceless art like this one. Fun.

Pippa Koenig said...

oh, what a wonderful artwork.
I will come to rescue you!
Herzlich Pippa

Sim said...

Oups...
Very creative work as ever dear Ann.
This blue lagoon sea doesn't inspire drawing in paradise water.
So, what is this mystery? :D

(I adore your little stories :)

indybev said...

Really? You saw a road sign that said this way to Tallula's blogspot? Oh, of course not, you saw a brandished bottle. Well, who knows what one can find in Greece. Did you leave them some money to balance their budget? Your wanderings (and wonderings) are always amusing, Ann!

Jatta Jattamarja said...

Really, this is amazing. Love your creativity.

Linda Gibbons said...

this one is wondrous strange, Miss Ann.