Harvest

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I made this needlepoint /inspired by the painting of Jean Francois Millet/ for a friend three years ago. Sky on the canvas looks as beautiful as the one I shot three days ago over downtown Plovdiv, Bulgaria

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11 Коментари to “Harvest”

  1. Gattina Says:

    Must have been hard work to do this ! I love the architectural style of the building !

  2. Amanda Says:

    I love the „popcorn“ clouds =) Looks like a beautiful day!

  3. clairz Says:

    Thank you for sharing. Lovely comparison between your needlework and the photograph. Your embroidery is exquisite.

  4. James Says:

    You are a great artist and photographer.

  5. Your EG Tour Guide Says:

    Your needlework skills are amazing! Love the blue skies with clouds in both photos.

  6. Tara R. Says:

    That is lovely! The colors are almost identical. Both the photo and the needlepoint at beautiful!

  7. Rajesh Says:

    Fantastic architecture underneath the beautiful sky.

  8. Tabib Says:

    Beautiful piece of art and nice composition of the building picture.

  9. Gemma Says:

    Your needlepoint is stunning! Love this Millet image!

    And the building is so grand and impressive from this corner perspective!

  10. Sara Says:

    Those both are beautiful skies, and it’s amazing how similar they look. The building could also have been your window views! I love the needlework.

  11. Arija Says:

    What a beautiful appartment building and the sky really lookd like the Millet.

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