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Image Prompt: Ssese Island Fishing

Art Title: Ssese Island Fishing © Tessa Edwards
An Aerial Armadillo
Visit her blog to see additional artwork.
And, her website: The Aerial Armadillo
The artist lives in Hampshire, England and specializes in figurative art
and landscapes in acrylics.
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*Please Note: Tessa is currently selling Limited Edition Giclée prints
of all her paintings with 100% of the proceeds to be donated to
save the lives
of HIV/AIDS orphans in the Kingdom of Swaziland, Africa.
See her post for full details HERE. And, her prints HERE.
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Writing Prompt
Fish story (noun) Definition (1) An implausible, boastful story.
Get creative and write your own "fish story."
Try using the voice of your inner child.
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Artwork used with permission from Tessa Edwards.

11 comments:

Renee said...

Oh our beautiful Tessa. She is a wonderful spirit who stands by what she believes in.

Nancy, my sister lives here she will be returning from a holiday. When I was diagnosed she quit her job to help me and my family, all of this with having a family of her own.

I also have 4 brothers.

I have thought of letting them all be guest bloggers but if I say the topic is me they will all say I am their favourite and how boring will that get.

xoxoxo

sudharm baxi said...

Read inspired poem at--

http://baxiwrites.blogspot.com/2009/02/friends.html

James Parker said...

Two dozen fish is what we need
to have ourselves an ample feed.

Gonna take a while, at this slow rate
Cause none of us are using bait.

Vanessa Brantley Newton said...

This picture reminds me of my home in Beaufort S.C. it's so beautiful. I long to see Aerial do a children's picture book. She has such a wonderful eye for color and her painting often tell fabulous stories. What a great post.

Stephen Dell'Aria said...

Angling is one of the greatest recreational activities of all time. Dipping into the great unseen mystery beneath the water's surface and pulling life from it, has implications that go far beyond simply harvesting fish.

glorv1 said...

I love that painting and the atmosphere it portrays. Thx for sharing.

Meandering Michael said...

My smallest brother found a grub
and put it on his hook
and with it caught a little fish
but one too small to cook

My second brother took that fish
and put it on his line
and with it caught a bigger fish
from in the ocean brine

My third brother took that fish
and put it on his lure
and with it caught a giant fish
but still too small, for sure

My fourth brother took that fish
and tied it through the gills
and with it caught a monstrous fish
so big that you'd get chills

And then I took that monstrous fish
and tied it by the tail
then I heaved it in the ocean
and we all pulled out a whale!

I know you don't believe me
'bout the whale we caught that day
and I'd really like to show you
but the whale got away...

Renee said...

Thanks for the high mark. xoxoxox

How are you doing today?

Renee said...

So you are what I thought all along. A lovely and gentle soul. xooo

Tessa said...

Oh! Meandering Michael that is absolute perfection! I'm going to race over to your place right now and read more of your work.

Meandering Michael said...

Tessa, most of my poetry work is right here, on "Every Photo"!

 

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