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Re: Tx. skies

LOL, I'm glad someone else feels that way.  I always wonder what people must 
think when someone paints a sky that looks like that...surely they must think 
that it is very unnatural.  What an imagination God has to create such 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 4/1/2003 11:02:46 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> And I have not been in Texas since I left military training back when......
>   About all I remember is the most beautiful morning and evening skies I
> had ever seen in my life having been a hill-boy when I was there. I painted
> those skies from memory for many years in my oils and pastels. Everyone who
> saw one of my paintings always remarked about how unreal the skies were in
> my work...;-)

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