Pre Dedi (for Mike) by anahata.c ()
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I had physical therapy today: I wasn't supposed to, but I did. And my muscles are presently staging a revolt. However: MIKE (Faemike55) has a BIRTHDAY today! And I'm almost finished with his tale...but I couldn't finish it today---so let me post it Friday or Saturday!
In the meantime, why this extreme-colored photo? Because of Mike's constant and wild imagination. He has a wild fae imagination...thus this postwork...
I'll be back in a day or two, and I'll comment on his other dedis then (and post mine).
But Happy Birthday, Mike! And many more!!!
Thanks for all your visits, everyone,
Image Comments (16)
This is sooo magnificent, Mark! Those greens and golds just pop right off the screen and beg you to come into the image and explore! So beautiful and a wonderful dedication for a great artist and good friend!
That sounds painful, buddy.. I've only had my left calf (his nickname is Charlie - Charlie Horse to be specific) put on a few minor demonstrations, but they certainly got my attention.. 😝
What a luxury, this beautiful print for Mike, Mark! Here the colors burst out of their seams, and the composition makes it despite that "burst", haha, as a delightful whole. Just perfect for our friend, Mike, it will give Mark just the right energies, I'm sure of that.
Happy Birthday, Mike!
I hope your muscles will be restored soon, otherwise, don't be too demanding for them, my friend.
BTW, I went to therapy on Mike's birthday too, and was too late to post a dedi for Mike. Well, and I didn't dare to do it one day late. Shame, ashamed, I'm late with everything, including commenting, etc.
OMG, it appears some of the members are in a physical therapy, damn-the-agony, full-speed-ahead mode if your comments are any indication. I didn't realize that PT was contagious. Are we all in that declining period of life? Further evidence that we are so damn mortal. That said, I pretty well echo bakapo's comment about your striking floral variety scene, what with the weeping willow, colors and all.