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Old 11-30-2011, 04:01 PM
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Photo Paint-along - DECEMBER, 2011

Welcome to thee December Photo paintalong.

Touring the Commons on Flickr , I was much taken with the set of photos taken by Jim Fitzpatrick of Drouin town and rural life during World War II. Here is some of them. (plus one irresistable Russian Swan Lake on tour in Australia 1936)

Please note if you would like a larger size to these you can contact me and I'll e mail you one or here is the Flickr link to this great set of photos

http://www.flickr.com/photos/nationa...th/6173540005/

I hope you enjoy them.

Take advantage of the black and white photos to get "interesting" with color...diverge from the usual, copy a color scheme of your favorite classical artist or invent your own!!!!....

.Go with reds and greens if you are thinking about Christmas,

Blues and whites if you are thinking about Hannuakka,


Red, black yellow and blue if you are into Caulder or Miro?



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