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When In Rome

What determines the value of art? The amount of hard work put 

into it? The cost medium used? Or by name of a well known artist?

Or could it be rich story behind it that  brings an art into life to

moving pictures inside our heads. It enables 

mind to imagine and somehow inspires us to create our own 

masterpiece. Perhaps write a story of a father and son getting to

know each other for the first time

or a story of a celebration 25 years of overcoming hardships of 

marriage in an open air cafe in Rome.


I combined two of my photos to create the image I want using GIMP. This is how I remember walking on the streets of Rome

This is an actual scene, actual people  from two photos I took on our trip to Rome.

 I can't wait till I can print this one day for our home. It plays a very significant memory of our stay in Rome.

 Looks familiar?

Linking to:

Time Travel Thursday @ Brambleberry Cottage

French Cupboard

Fridays Unfolded @ Stuff and Nonsense 

Inspiration Friday @ At the Picket Fence 

Feathered Nest Friday @ French Country Cottage 

Show and Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home 

Shabby Delights

Pink Saturday @ How Sweet the Sound


  1. The only thing that determines the value of art is whether or not the piece of art speaks to your heart. If it does, it holds your attention and you'll pay any price to have it.

  2. Oh wow, how gorgeous!! You must have had an amazing trip!!!

  3. What an interesting technique! I stopped by via Stuff and Nonsense…and I'm craving the chicken, too!

    : )

    Julie M.


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