Thanksgiving for the Sunshine by BountifulKnight ()
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I'm working on a long term project with my eldest daughter of a literary nature and this is one of the characters from that project. Here we see her basking in the warmth of the sunlight and giving thanks to God for the absolute joy of the moment.
The scene is one of my early works that Vue 4 just couldn't do justice to, but Vue 6 has definitely arrived! :-)
Somewhere in the West - Stormy Day
Somewhere in the West - Clear Day
Vue 6 on a Mac; No postwork.
V3 is sporting my own mat version of ForestSongs outfit and a set of free wings from a site I can no longer find along with Grace Lion Hair.
Image Comments (14)
super that's something what I know very well and it is great moment - warmth on face, peace, and joy - better don't close eyes hey != but she must do it - there is a water ! -cannot move anf go on and on with closed and in her inner world- but every moment like this is beaty gem ;) thank you !
Oh! George, what a thanksgiving this is!!! Everything about this beautiful artwork speaks of warmth. God's gift of sunshine to us all. I feel they rays on my skin and in my heart. A magical work, elegant, so full of grace. Thank you my Knight, for this precious gift. I shall treasure it, always. Gentle hugs. Diane.
It's no mistake that just this morning as I went outside (and it is unusually warmer today, and clear) and had the "excuse" of clearing out the junk mail from my house mail box (that I don't use)....spreading out the junk mail on the warm driveway, SOAKING UP THE SUNSHINE while sorting it into my just emptied out recycle bin before pulling it back into the garage....I don't spend enough time in the sun and it felt SO good...and here I click on this wonderful art that reflects my day! :) Thank you...and your daughter too! It's a wonderful project, I know!