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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-08-2009, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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This one is from a photo from a relative. I suppose they will hang it on the wall of their Lake House.

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Great work Seawolf.
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Beautiful piece of work (as usual) Gary. you can almost feel the breeze coming in across the lake.

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Nice work Gary...... VERY nice.
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Hey Hary that is out standing work, job very well done.

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Very Nice!

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That is a wonderful piece of work.

What do you use for coloring in your burnings . I am so new to burning that I don't know if it is a type of paints or a type of colored pens or what else. ?
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