The PhotoFunia Museum

I’m always amused during creating some more versions for the virtual PhotoFunia museum, click on the drawings to read more about the backgrounds:
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PhotoFunia-3768135

PhotoFunia-3766113

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

9 responses to “The PhotoFunia Museum

  1. to make your own versions visit the online software of PhotoFunia at
    http://photofunia.com/

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  2. Allan G. Smorra

    This is great. An apt setting for your watercolor.

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    • very funny, thanks PRIOR = and your choice is interesting for me!

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      • Well I did it kinda fast – but! I really did take a minute to pick ones I loved vs. liked. Your sketches are enjoyable- I am a former art teacher and so I like a few things – and what jumped out me right away – the social fun – the playing basketball wedding couple, thew stretch limo, and just angels of life here and there – and then your loose drawing style- it is informal and not overdone and has a feel all your own. I am glad I stumbled on your art work last week. 🙂

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        • for a while I’ve uploaded daily a guitar meditation

          but now silence came into my house
          and I’m drawing daily. Thank you for
          finding a category of description
          for my “informal, loose, not overdone drawing style”!

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  3. Very apt to have those admirers!

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