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Childhood Digital Art - A Tree Acts Alliance by Rosa Cobos

A Tree Acts Alliance is a piece of digital artwork by Rosa Cobos which was uploaded on July 19th, 2012.

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a slice of life wonderful Rosa. l/f

Rosa Cobos replied:

Thank you so much Bill for your wonderful presence and support. Rosa

Rosa, your digital art is lovely, so creative and colorful; stunning artwork. l/v

Rosa Cobos replied:

Thank you so much, Geoff. Sorry for being late with the amswer to your comment. Rosa

Wonderful work Rosa.........regards.

Rosa Cobos replied:

@ Adel: Thank you so much for being so supportive, Adel. Rosa

@ Anne: I am really happy that you love it. I do intensly specially because it has an story...story of relationship among some children..and how it worked out..Thank you so much. Rosa

Rosa..this immediately caught my eye when I went to your gallery..What a lovely picture and beautiful poem.:)..I love it! v/f

:-) What a wonderful image.

Rosa Cobos replied:

@ Odd: Thank you so much for your kindness and heart. Rosa

Reality and fantasy ... so charmingly merged into a "little theatre of encounters." v/f

Rosa Cobos replied:

@ Lenore: You have got it! Yes...I love this composition. It has an story behind....and find that is it fascinating the way it is told. Sometimes it surprises me how we get more into some images than in others.This has not been much appreciated, and for that reason I double thank you. Rosa

Rosa, there is so much to look at and so much fun!

Rosa Cobos replied:

@ Madeline: Thank you so,Madeline, in fact they were sustaining a kind of "argument". And the girl with the white jacket, acted as an "arbiter", and at last she got what she wanted...to re-new the sense of friendship and community. That is why I could not but keep on snapping and then the whole work came in a "three acts alliance". It was amazing seeing them in action. The rest is a world of fantasy that is close to our childhood soul.

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