Title: A Gust of Wind
created on 16 Nov 09

 
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Comments on this picture (34):
1. Ilikecolor wrote:
 Fantastic picture.
2. pollyesther wrote:
 the movement in this is amazing Luna. Wonderful picture.
3. Hazer wrote:
 Ditto! Excellent!
4. Luna wrote:
 It's loosely based on a painting by Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer
5. MtnGirl wrote:
 Wow!! Breathtaking!
6. Hazer wrote:
 Luna thanks for answering my question!
7. coho wrote:
 Great personifacation of fall wind! It is blowing here!
8. Login wrote:
 It's like this here right now ... winds whipping up the leaves ... no need for hair-straightening!
9. gocards wrote:
 This is a beautiful picture!
10. franca wrote:
 Wow Luna!!!! Is fantastic....
11. Shanley wrote:
 nicely done
12. Shanley wrote:
 Ditto, Coho. I'm glad she joined the 'Movement' challenge
13. indigo wrote:
 Excellent! the movement IS amazing!
14. katpedro wrote:
 Movement at its best.
15. polenta wrote:
 thanks for coming back to us
16. marius wrote:
 Luna, this might be my favorite of all your pics! LOVE IT!!!!!! Thanks!
17. DIAMANTE wrote:
 This pic is very interesting.
18. danila wrote:
 marvellous!
19. marthacc wrote:
 recently new to this site .. I love your style.
20. matthew wrote:
 Grats on top 5...
21. Qsilv wrote:
 This "loose" interpretation is captivating - Congratulations!
22. Arw65 wrote:
 Congratulations Luna! 12 months in a row!!
23. pollyesther wrote:
 Congratulations!
24. Login wrote:
 Congratulations, Luna ... not just for this month but for the last twelve months Top5s ... wonderful drawings, all of them.
25. Shanley wrote:
 Congrats Luna! I knew I'd see this here
26. inked_gemini wrote:
 Congratulations Luna. Very captivating picture. And very deserving of Top 5.
27. solange62 wrote:
 Gratz Luna, all ur drawings are wonderful !
28. kyung wrote:
 Congrats Luna!
29. baconbit wrote:
 Awesome, just awesome!
30. puzzler wrote:
 How did I miss this?!!
31. jaxx wrote:
 excellent
32. hanging wrote:
 The colors, structure, movement, everything is wonderful!
33. KJLavigne wrote:
 Excellente!
34. MusicJo wrote:
 There is a touch of the Pre Raphaelite movement in this lovely picture.