I think he’d see it as a compliment — and imho it absolutely looks like one piece. Brilliant
We are headed to Mexico in the morning. I will have WiFi so will be able to connect Tonight we are going to see Hamlet at our Shakespeare Tavern in Atlanta. Busy life lolI don’t know how it is in other corners of the world: over here things slow right down over the Easter break. It’s like ‘after this the year starts in earnest’. Plus 75% of the population heads ‘down south’ to ‘get away from it all’. So dscheff I am closing this 2week’s thread, but if you are getting away from it all, please take your own good time picking your favourite ‘Night Shift’ APPstracts
Great job Jeffrey. Well done Jen - that is a beautiful beautiful image. Thank you for my second. I’m delighted to be the jam in a Jen and Catherine sandwich. Nice one Catherine too. So Jen gets to choose what we attempt next.OK. Finally got time to go through these and pick out what I think best represents the "Night Shift" Theme.
My first choice goes to Zenjenny for Shifting [night] tides: This image reminds me of a dream I had right down to the color and mood. The solitary figure with the shadow gives this image a spatial feel, almost like a mirage one sees
My second choice goes to JillyG for Nightshift: This is a deliciously spooky image of what looks like a man about to give birth. O like the texture of this image and what look like blue eyes. In fact the more I stare at this the more I seem to find
My third choice goes to RoseCat's "Indiana Jones": This is almost like being in a kaleidoscope. I can well imagine everything turning or shifting to create new patterns
Kudos to all the other entries. I'm always amazed at the quality and creativity of this group. Well done everyone and thank you all for your patience
None of us know what blancmange is, but some of us put jelly on peanut butter. All of us know what jam is and in or on what it is to be put (unless it is "jam for adults" -- AKA chutney -- in which case the list is different).For the longest time (decades) I wondered why Americans put blancmange on peanut butter
Fancy Blancmange... https://www.marthastewart.com/1511190/blancmangeNone of us know what blancmange is, but some of us put jelly on peanut butter. All of us know what jam is and in or on what it is to be put (unless it is "jam for adults" -- AKA chutney -- in which case the list is different).
I’m delighted to be the jam in a Jen and Catherine sandwich.
And what @JillyG said re Catherine’s image — Except, at the risk of re-igniting the scone/biscuit debate, them yankees prob don’t know what jam is. For the longest time (decades) I wondered why Americans put blancmange on peanut butter