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Thanks, Mimi! :-)))
Love these circles!
Oh dear....worse than I thought!....(Hee-Hee!)...
He wrote more than 20 books about Travis McGee, who lives on a boat called The Busted Flush, and who is not really a detective but ends up acting as one. I may have quoted the wrong title--it might be the Long Lavender Look--but what I was referring to was that the title described the way a person's eyes lose focus and stare off into the sky/eternity at death. That's why I said that your comment (about an "eye"), and the colors of the puzzle (blue/lavender) remind me of the book, and that it's not a cheerful image... Sorry!
Afraid I've never heard of him........
I'm glad you said that, whatnauts, because this is the third version of that puzzle I told you about, and in some ways my favorite, even though it isn't strictly my work, since LunaPic changed it! So I will post it larger, for sure!
Thanks so much, Jan and Jill! I read all of his books, too, and loved them! I'm glad this brought back good memories, and that you both enjoyed the puzzle!
A fun solve! Thanks, Pat!
I've read all of John D. MacDonald's books! Loved them - dark but interesting characters! Thanks for the memories.
This puzzle has quite an interesting look to it. I love what you've learned! thanks so much!!
This is very pretty PD. I hope you post it larger sometime.
Did you ever read John McDonald's book The Deep Blue Goodbye? Your comment, and the colors in this puzzle, suddenly reminded me of it--great book, but not the most cheerful image.......
Thanks so much, Katie--I learned to use the "emboss" and the "harsh" and "soft" lighting effects to change the colors I paint, and I think the results are unusual and fun!
Love the way the colors are done here. Keep these coming - they're terrific Pat!