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    Good photo of Guggi. (Personally, I would've cropped the right-side 1/5th or so of the photo off, but it's a matter of personal taste.) He has created art that I enjoy - including, for ex, his 'Vessels' paintings & other pieces.



    I just commented the same thing in 2016 (a little while ago) at your drawing of Larry at the drumkit - I said I like the font you used for the "U2." (I see u uploaded this in 2014.) Well, it is a great font. Beautiful.

  1. I can picture the scene in the music-video where someone in the band is dancing & someone else (or all of the others) in the band is/are checking out that guy's dancing, kind of considering it & appreciating it. Really funny. I loved it.


    I think Pop was a great concept. So was Discotheque. One of my all-time favorites from U2 is the remix of Discotheque w/ another one of their songs. Phenomenal.

  2. Btw, love the coloring in the tree on the right. (Is it a mighty oak?) If the trees could thank u, they would, for bringing their beauty, majesty, & importance to people. Our outbreath is their inbreath - and vice versa. I love trees, too.

  3. WOW to the tree on the right! You really do have a love of trees & it shows.


    What's happening w/ the trees on the left reminds me of trees uprooted in a tornado. Of course, I realize the artist might've had something else in mind in drawing them (a different interpretation).

  4. It's good when there's balance in society. Sustainable use is the way to go. The way society has treated the ecosystem for a long time now isn't sustainable.


    I just read this today that u posted in December & where u mention the Amazon River it reminded me of part of a STP song I posted yesterday - the part of 'Adhesive' that says "Down the river, down the river" & "it's all so confusing."


    I think true democracy is usually necessary to protect the environment. If there's too much corruption, too much power in the hands of a tiny percent of people (for ex, too much power in the hands of for-profit corporations) then it's Dangerous for the rest of us.

  5. I love the coloration on the trunk. Such a rich coloring. Perfect.


    (Btw, u have no business having such a great signature. Seriously though, it's a great signature.)


    It seems to me that even w/out leggings, she has patches on her knees. Maybe representing past wounds from life. Man, this poor chic really needs some uplifting in life. To the artist, the art has his own meaning of course. Other observers might see other possible meanings via their own interpretations. A lemon can represent something that never had a chance. The tree could represent her life & the lemons are things that could have been, but didn't have a chance. In English, a 'lemon' can mean something that's broken or defective. She might realize that some of the world will see her as a lemon, whereas she knows the beauty & potential there. She would be sad that the world interprets the lemon aspect wrong - in a negative way.


    Also, have you heard this saying: "if life hands you lemons, make lemonade."


    But a person can't really clothe themselves with a lemon tree. She, like everyone, needs resources. Some have more than enough of that, some have enough, & some don't have what they need. As Christmas approaches, it reminds me:


    Matthew 25:35-40:


    35 For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.’

    37 “Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? 38 When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? 39 When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?’

    40 “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

  6. Cool pic.



    Let it speed, let it speed, let it speed. (To the tune of 'Let It Snow.')



    Trees come flying at the speed of sound to show you where it all began.


    Trees come flying from the underground. If you could see it, then you'd understand.


    Oh, when you see it then you'll understand.


    (To the tune of 'Speed of Sound' by Coldplay. Hey, S, I hope you're not one of those that hates Coldplay. If you are, sorry!)

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