Raindrops…

Raindrops falling on the leaves
Hoping they’ll clear some of the dust that visited us a couple of days ago.

And here’s an abstract on the same subject! 😉
Remember this?

Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head

B.J. Thomas
Written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach

Be Safe, Everyone! 🏡

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  1. Marina,
    It took me a while to answer you because it is difficult to describe. Please pardon me if I’m wrong. 🙂
    There is something that happens in each of our brains that is idiosyncratic to that person. So, when I look at that abstract, it’s like you found the literal algorithm that most expresses what you do naturally when you watercolor. I think it’s akin to what the impressionists do. They squint at something in real life they are interested in, reducing it to it’s blurry watery essence which they capture on canvas. You do all that in your head without having to think about how you do it.

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    • I think you’ve put in words something that happens automatically. I have never actually thought of it but you are right and this is a great point you’re making. Thank you for this! Happy April btw… goodness where did March go?!

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  2. This is gorgeous! You do such beautiful nature posts!
    Speaking of nature and leaves and trees, Timothy is sending me some pics of trees later today. I’ll get them off to you, asap!
    xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
    The abstract is a valiant heart in the middle of confusion from the virus. ❤ xo ❤ xo ❤ xo ❤ xo ❤ xo ❤ xo

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    • That is such a beautiful thing to say… thank you so much, my sweet sweet friend!!!!!
      I’ll be checking my mail!
      meantime… our time has changed… grrrrrrrrrr
      How time flies!
      xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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      • I’ve just downloaded the tree pics onto my desktop. My back is going crazy, so I’m gonna hop in the shower to loosen it up. Then I’ll sent the trees!!! xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
        xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
        Our time changed a few weeks ago. I’m used to it now….. sort of!

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  3. And you think you’re not a real photographer. Ha! I do remember working a construction job when the song was current. A redneck carpenter with his mouth full of nails was pounding away while singing “raindrops keep falling on my f—in’ head.“

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      • Marina,
        It took me a while to answer you because it is difficult to describe. Please pardon me if I’m wrong. 🙂
        There is something that happens in each of our brains that is idiosyncratic to that person. So, when I look at that abstract, it’s like you found the literal algorithm that most expresses what you do naturally when you watercolor. I think it’s akin to what the impressionists do. They squint at something in real life they are interested in, reducing it to it’s blurry watery essence which they capture on canvas. You do all that in your he

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