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September 30, 2009


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Thank you!

I'm really enjoying this week of art, and today's pictures are just great!

The Heart Sutra with turtle is magnificent! How lucky we are to have surfaced where we have!

All the best Barry and thank you so much for the introductions,



Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.



Barry Briggs

Thanks Marcus, Puerhan and Steve!


jill i

I'm with Marcus...wonderful images from wonderful artists every day. I particulary like the turle also....I remember seeing some of Brice Marden's work in my primary New York-London-Paris museum/gallery hopping days of the 1980s and early 1990s. A good contrast to all the hiking and kayaking. balance.
and again past my bedtime...

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