Tuesday, January 22, 2008

kettle at Pungwe bush camp, South Africa

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  1. That kettle looks so bountiful. I want to know the story that goes with the image!

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  2. i love all the detail! ...without being "detaily" - you know what i mean ;)

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  3. ahh ... the pot drawing the kettle black ... and white in interesting lines and shading. nice!

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  4. I really enjoy the shadow of the kettle!

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  5. now i need a cuppa tea....

    a : )

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  6. wow!
    this is a little different from your other drawings- a little more painterly or something but the change is interesting.

    lotsa love,
    chamki

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  7. ...and I experienced this in Amboseli!bush tea, tnx for sharing...

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  8. I like this! great drawing

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  9. It almost looks a bit insect-like...very cool image!

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  10. i really like this. i had a daydream looking at it...that people were traveling on foot, looking for this kettle, because it was a famous landmark.

    and they came to a rocky place, and there it was in the sky, supported by large iron deposits. it gave them shade from the sun's heat, and that night when it got cold, they moved in towards the embers just below it...to keep themselves warm.

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  11. i too want to know the story... so i am making up my own

    ascenderrisesabove.com/wordpress

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  12. wow, not your usual, nice suprise dude!

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  13. Lennaert Dufornee1:20 PM

    I was at the camp, the owners told me of this site :D I love it

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Willie