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Modern Photograph - Lemon Blue by Florene Welebny

Lemon Blue is a photograph by Florene Welebny which was uploaded on January 9th, 2009.

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It's a good picture! I like it.

Florene Welebny replied:

why thank you Tamme- it is rather weird but fun!

Stunning work!

Florene Welebny replied:

thank you & very fascinating work that you do so different and exhilarating !

i love it. great job!

Florene Welebny replied:

Love the custom silks- beautiful work ! thank you for the compliment.

Really striking. Something a little wierd to me, and I can't figure why. I like the colors. Maybe it makes me (stupidly) think of floating eyeballs.

Florene Welebny replied:

Thank you Bruce - I read your history and can relate. I had my heart set on window display since junior High & in high school m guidance counselor told me no only Homosexual men were in that field ! took another 30 years before I was dressing mannequins and ended up in Interior Design 9which I loved ). Not stupid want the viewer to have their own interpretation.