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Re: Seeing in 3s: Into the Mists of Morning

Post by St3v3M » Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:13 am

donolea wrote:Perhaps paddleboarding would be better for you, all you have to is stand up. ;-)

Someday I'm going to put a lawn chair on a paddleboard and go for a row, but I guess by then it would be better to get a canoe! laf
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Post by Matt Quinn » Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:14 am

St3v3M wrote:Wow, I'm really in love with the minimalistic composition and tones of the first. Just wow! S-


Thanks Steve. My favorite is the third; conveys the mystery of the morning and the fog of the future for me. In grad school, I wrote a paper on Joseph Conrad's use of the sea and sailors as an metaphor for life. That idea is still with me. Thanks. Matt
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Post by Matt Quinn » Thu Oct 05, 2017 2:15 am

St3v3M wrote:
donolea wrote:Perhaps paddleboarding would be better for you, all you have to is stand up. ;-)

Someday I'm going to put a lawn chair on a paddleboard and go for a row, but I guess by then it would be better to get a canoe! laf


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