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Old 02-11-2009, 05:10 AM
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I thought this could make for some great artifying etc
i am off to find a new sky first i think

and for Steve, Ol Baldy, and Peter as well as others, unless of course you can think of any other song ?

TULIPS FROM AMSTERDAM
Max Bygraves
When it's Spring again I'll bring again
Tulips from Amsterdam
With a heart thats true I'll give to you
Tulips from Amsterdam
I can't wait until the day you fill
These eager arms of mine
Like the windmill keeps on turning
That's how my heart keeps on yearning
For the day I know we can share these
Tulips from Amsterdam



original image from imageafter

added one quick attempt
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Old 02-11-2009, 11:27 AM
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Re: Windmill

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I thought this could make for some great artifying etc
and for Steve, Ol Baldy, and Peter as well as others, unless of course you can think of any other song ?

TULIPS FROM AMSTERDAM
Max Bygraves
When it's Spring again I'll bring again
Tulips from Amsterdam
With a heart thats true I'll give to you
Tulips from Amsterdam
I can't wait until the day you fill
These eager arms of mine
Like the windmill keeps on turning
That's how my heart keeps on yearning
For the day I know we can share these
Tulips from Amsterdam



Palms
I was intrigued with the song, which I had never heard. Really liked the lyrics, so went to You Tube and there are several versions of it there. Beautiful waltz!

Montovani's version is my favorite.

Now, as for the image, all I could manage that was worth posting, (I guess it is), was a Van Gogh style.

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Old 02-11-2009, 11:35 AM
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I thought this sky enhanced the composition nicely. I'll leave it up to y'all to artify the scene...
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Old 02-11-2009, 12:04 PM
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Have Waltzed around with this tune in my head all morning... Nice find Palms, Thanks!!
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Old 02-11-2009, 02:04 PM
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Steve glad you liked the song, Hard to explain Max Bygraves to you but i was bought up on his song versions and they are still bought out most new years eve
and the van gough style is good

Lonk i knew the image would look better with a better sky you made it look super

OlBaldy you are not on your own i have been humming the song away to myself most of the day too. ( dont tell Peter or any one else or i would not be able to hold my head up high again, but have just gone to you tube to listen to it and a few others from my child hood, good fun )
love the way you have framed your image

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Old 02-11-2009, 03:34 PM
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OlBaldy you are not on your own i have been humming the song away to myself most of the day too. ( dont tell Peter or any one else or i would not be able to hold my head up high again, but have just gone to you tube to listen to it and a few others from my child hood, good fun )
love the way you have framed your image

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Toooooo late

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Old 02-18-2009, 01:06 PM
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And another version of this one ( a throw everything at it job )

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