Ah! That explains the Google graphic yesterday; I had thought maybe it was Magritte's birthday.... I'm mildly surprised Google decided to mark it though. (I like Magritte; his paintings are witty, intellectually engaging, and full of mystery.)
dunno who took and made this. found on the front page of pixentral. neat effect. HDR?
<a href="http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?picture=1YhGWKF5zyFgm74qKPbMV nXmaqEb35" /></a>
<img alt="Picture hosted by Pixentral" src="http://www.pixentral.com/hosted/1YhGWKF5zyFgm74qKPbMVnXmaqEb35_t humb.gif" border="0" />
> ya know. i've seen that church somewhere before.
How very odd (just noticed the double post :") ; here'd I'd been thinking our little church was famous or something! ;) ): when I tried a moment ago to go in and edit the duplicate away, it told me I didn't have access, then after I clicked the obligatory "OK" it flipped me to the Adoobie main page. Going to try again....
Pooh. Must've just been on the cusp of the 30 minute limit when I hit the edit button! Still don't know how the double post got there.
you know it! :) I think i have some pix laying around that i can play with that with.
next project though is to place "puppy" at the north pole with a reindeer. monica lost her toy puppy again about a week ago. we told her he was probably with santa again. (couple years ago she lost him right before christmas, i made a pic w/santa, and paz saw and painted it!) so when she lost it again so close to christmas and we found it, well... :)
here's the original santa puppy, and paz' wonderful watercolor version (a scan of a real hand painted christmas card!)
the water color is big. clicky: