44 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Mountains

  1. pretty original approach 🙂 like the fact that there is uniformity of colour between the house and the mountains, blending in with the environment – very perceptive for a middle schooler 🙂 . Thanks for stopping by my blog and taking the time to leave a comment 🙂

    • Hi 4otomo. Glad I stopped by your blog. You have some awesome photos.
      Thank you for your visit here and commenting. My daughter really appreciate your feedback. She has often asked why I still have it. Now I can answer, ‘for such a time as this, my dear’. She’s proud of it now. 🙂

  2. This is a very nice painting. I also did a lot of artwork when I was going to school but not of them survived. I am sure your daughter is happy to see it to this day.

    • Hi Ramoncito17. Thanks for your feedback. Greatly appreciated.
      She is so proud of it now – to see others appreciating her work. She has finally grown to see what I’ve been seeing all along – good work for a middle schooler, me thinks. I hated every time I threw my children’s ‘art’ away. But we can’t keep everything or we’ll be hoarders. 🙂
      Maybe you can start your artwork again and post pictures on your blog. Would love to see them.

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    • Hi island traveler. Thank you so much for giving your feedback on my daughter’s painting. She can appreciate it so much more now – has made her proud.
      I agree – all children’s art work are beautiful. I’m beginning to collect my grandchildren’s now. Maybe there’ll be a treasured one amongst the bunch. 🙂
      Thanks again for stopping by.

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    • Hi gobetweenflames. I really appreciate you taking the time to visit and leaving a comment. My daughter is so proud of her painting now – she is able to see what others see. She never listened to me. 🙂 She couldn’t figure out why I kept it so long.
      Thanks again for your feedback. Greatly appreciated.

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    • Hi Cecelia. Your visit and feedback is greatly appreciated. Your compliment has made my daughter so proud of her middle school artwork. Has helped her to understand why I kept it all these years.
      Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by. 🙂

    • Hello hugmamma. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. Greatly appreciated. I’m thankful to post this as a tribute to her cause she does so much to help me. Who knew after all these years…
      Thanks again. 🙂

    • Hi Sony. Yes, I am. She’s proud too – seeing others appreciating her work.
      I’m glad I visited your post. Your photo is awesome.
      Thank you so much for your visit and your feedback. 🙂

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    • WoW! Thank you, liontamar. Do you have posts of your paintings? Would love to see some.
      I’m glad you stopped by. Feedback coming from an artist is greatly appreciated. My daughter flashes you a big smile. 🙂

    • Hi I Choose Happy Now. Thank you so much for visiting. She has one other canvas painting that I kept. But, no, she never seriously continued it as a craft.
      You know, today’s digital world offers us a lot of methods in preserving memories that i didn’t have back in the day. It’s so easy now to just photograph your kids art work onto flash drives and dvd’s. Digital media that lasts so much longer than sheets of paper. Thanks for your compliment. We both send you smiles. 🙂

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