one of the most beautiful towns on the French Riviera
Don't you just long to put on one of these and get your hands on a paintbrush or deep into a lump of clay?-----N'avez-vous pas juste le temps de mettre l'une d'elles avant de poser la main sur un pinceau ou en profondeur dans une motte d'argile?
You bet! Would rather do that than what I am doing now...working....
This picture itself, with those soft colors and this perfect mood, is already a piece of art! the place inspired you!
J'aime bien cette porte "à l'ancienne". Et l'harmonie des teintes aussi sur cette photo. Après s'être habillé, il reste à s'armer d'un rouleau, on dirait.J'aime tellement, créer de mes mains, que oui, Jilly, j'adorerais mettre une blouse et entrer dans l'aventure.
OH yes I do, Jilly. Maybe you don't know this but I"m a very frustrated painter at heart. I long to pick up my brushes again and paint what I see in my head. Maybe one day soon.......V
I love the monochromatic simplicity of this photograph, Jilly. Unposed and natural. (If I learn that you spent 20 minutes moving them around, I will be SO disappointed!)
Jack, you'll be happy to know I didn't touch them! It was just a quick shot in passing.
Jilly, this is a wonderful image.
Sounds like fun! And I do like this soft image ... especially the ceramic knobs from which to hang the aprons.
The smocks are so CLEAN! I have started putting on an apron after Melissa noted that I do not have ONE shirt that is not have a blotch of paint! :-(I guess she hasn't looked at my blue jeans. :-)Lovely photo!Ken B.
This picture is a work of art and inspirationalClarence Valley Today
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