Monthly Archives: October 2015

No Tricks….Just Real T.R.E.A.T.S!!

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings:
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Beautiful Horse Through The Aspen Trees Trunks

Originally posted on Striking Photography by Bo:
Beautiful horse grazing in an autumn aspen tree grove making for a great fall view through the aspen tree trunks.  Horses are always one of my favorite subjects to photography.  I really miss…

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A Good O.M.E.N…

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings:
Thanks to the “Omen” movies, Rottweiler dogs get such a bad rap.  How could you not love an adorable face like this?  I absolutely adore their smiles.  I’ve never met a nasty…

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Colorado Scenic Fishing Lake Fall Foliage Reflections

Originally posted on Striking Photography by Bo:
A scenic view across this incredible Colorado trout fishing spot, Cottonwood Lake lined with the colorful changing fall foliage of the aspen trees in the autumn season. Cottonwood Lake is located inside South…

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Pathway To Zen…

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings:
The Urban Dictionary describes zen as a total state of focus that incorporates a total togetherness of body and mind. Zen is a way of being. It also is a state of…

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Modern Family…Seeing is Believing!

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings:
It’s really cool when a major T.V. network contacts you because they want your art for one of their shows. It’s even cooler when that show is a Golden Globe and Emmy…

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This Art B.I.T.E.S…

Originally posted on Abstract Art by Sharon Cummings:
Shark’s Tooth! A shark will lose a lot of teeth in it’s lifetime. But a fossil takes about 10,000 years to form. I’ve been inspired by all of the fossilized shark’s teeth…

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