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Michelle, yes, with a mug of cappuccino.Hi Phyllis, I can see that. :)
My first thought was of the 'Everglades' not so much the colours, obviously, but the vegetation being overgrown and it being swampy etc. Just first impression:-)
But I'm imagining being on the inside, toasty and warm, looking out. Cuppa?
Thanks, Michelle. (1:37)...Too cold for me.
Brrrr....beautiful and surreal icy landscape. Love it! (1:32)
Thank you, Colin. :)
Add me to the list, Francine. I like it too (and I'm not talking about Irish Spring soap!)
Many thanks ~ Suzy, Edie, Jo, Hester & Jill. Am delighted you all liked it. :)
Francine, this is gorgeous! Thank you so much!
This is just like looking out of an ice cave at a frozen landscape. I love what you've done with this, Francine! And thank you for your St David's Day wishes. We had a quiet one. But I have plans to misbehave on St Patrick's day!! ;-))
Very beautiful design and colors! Thankyou for the fun! :)
Out of this world, literally, but which world I don't know. Thanks this was great fun.
You have captured the essence of a cold winter quite well. Thanks!
Thank you, PJ - am delighted you like this. Upon lots of tweaking, I ended up with these colours and found them pleasing. I'll have to Google and look at Northern Norway images.
Wonderful, Francine - beautiful design. Have you been inspired by arctic winters and colors? I remember seeing such colors in a similar landscape in Northern Norway.PJ
Patti, glad you liked it. Thanks.
It sure does look like winter! Except for the beautiful colors! Thanks, Francine!
Thank you, Lela. BTW, you're in first spot... :))
Thanks, Shirley. Looking forward to yours ~ your 24-hour wait is almost over. :~)
Love it, Francine, you made those cold cold icicle's look oh so beautiful, Thank you, Francine.
Thank you, Pat. BTW, you beat my time - 1:37. :))
Very good puzzle thanks Fran