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SMor2Ditto and Judy - thank you both very much. Appreciate your comments.The title was such a fun word play - I just had to use it.The monument is outside a museum for fisheries.It was an interesting challenge to find swirling colors and stone framing - and I'm glad you liked them.PJ
PJ, what a wonderful stone ship, especially knowing it's in honor of old fishing boats. So glad you shared it with this week's theme. I agree with Sally; the frame is great and the shadow in the swirl is really nice. I read the title and wondered how a boat got stoned. This explains it. Great job!
This is lovely, PJ... A unique and interesting monument.... With original and very clever framing.... I can see a ghost image of the monument in the upper left corner... A lot going on in this one, a very special piece... Thank you, PJ.... :) :)
Thank you Barb. I'm very happy you enjoy this unique memorial - and the special framing.PJ
Wonderful puzzle for theme week, PJ! Marvelous framing of a unique memorial. :-)
Mandy - thank you for your sweet comment. The boat was really fun to discover! And I did some hunting to find a rocky frame :-)PJ
What a fun photo, thanks PJ. I agree with Katie, that piece of quartz you used to frame it is lovely, and really sets off the stonework of the boat. :~)
Thank you Katie, for your nice compliment. I looked through some vacation photos to find some that might fit Theme week - and this is the 'weirdest' boat I've ever seen!PJ
You are so inventive PJ! Interesting monument. Love the swirl around the picture and the 3-D white framing. And then you put it on top of a piece of quartz! Wow!