Whimsey by dragonmuse ()
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Just in a silly mood.
I have to apologize if this eems a bit out of focus.. getting harder and harder to see.
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Yes, lots of whimsy in this stellar rendering. Clever having the butterfly dragon - looks like a mere youngster - flitting teasingly above the exasperated canines, Sandy. And, sorry about your vision problems. It's been exactly a year since my eye surgery.
YOU HAVE NOTHING TO APOLOGIZE FOR, DEAR FRIEND. IN THE CONTRARY, THANKS FOR SHARING THIS BEAUTIFUL CREATION. WITH SUCH A LOVELY COLORS, AND SO CHEERFULLY LOOK. HOPING EVERYTHING COMES WELL WITH YOUR EYES, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. TAKE CARE, AND THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR ENCOURAGING WORDS TO ME. SENDING HUGS BACK, DEAR SANDY.
Thank you all for the encouragement :) I was after a springtime look. About my eyes.. it is the cataracts.. will be some time yet before they are ready for surgery. So just have to adapt as best I can until then. Even with new glasses, everything is blurry.. without them I cannot see at all though.
OH WOW! What a gorgeous scenery. I just love it and it is not at all out of focus. Adorable indeed. I am so sorry you have troubles with your eyes, I am certainly happy there can be done something about it. I just wish they would do it soon. Best wishes.
Oh Sandy .. what a beautiful and magical moment you've captured .. softly colored with tender hues as spring should be .. a feast of blossoms and pups and one wee dragonette for winter weary eyes! The background seen you've painted for this is magnificent! The scene is perfect Sandy, sharp and crisp in the foreground, slowly fading into the far distance .. gorgeous work! I don't think it's possible for you to lose the artist's eye .. prayers that the cataracts will soon be ready for removal and clear eyesight returns.