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�Seth F.Weaver,Sr. 06/16/09. A dusty hot scene in the Old South during the Great Depression in North Carolina (U.S.A.). The temperature is hot and you pray for a shady spot so you can stop and think of everything that you still have to do before the day is done. The good old store where you can listen to one of your friends and neighbors spin a yarn about the fish that got away. Your friends add to the comfort of the shade with the warmth of their friendship. You have so much in common with them, hard work, callouses, and the sweat. This work is from two of my series: The Old South, and The GRID series. A combination of figurative and cubist art. A DigyMix� work.
August 12th, 2009
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