Things I Overheard While Talking to Myself**
> Poisonous Dreams
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Just mesmerizing to view this awesome work. Your creative mind is a wonderful thing. ~V~
Is that what a fly mushroom can do (LOL)? Great creative work and combination.
your creative mind as creatied a stunning image
Yes, but alluring!
I do love your style!!!
Haunting image...superb processing!
Outside and a look inside of this great mushroom !!
Weel seen and well done. V
Liking the way you process these Crina, getting a bit scary lol - V -
These diptychs are incredibly creative and evocative.
Mama Zmeilor still lurks in the forest of our nightmares.
The red of the hat goes to the chick's cheeks. A very pleasing and creative image.
Very good work! V!
beautiful composition...will dream about this...V
I just saw "The Orphanage" and this is like an image from the film. Great work.
Your dreams are deadly good,Crina.
goodness knows why that fungus finds itself always in the images of fables.
its color and the attractive aspect, hide how much promise: visions...
that one of the experiments with mescaline of H. Michaux... (miserable miracle, turbulent infinite).. the nature scatters to full hands poisonus from dream, than in the primitive populations served to shorten the distance between the man and the divinity.
the visions, the same ones tried in "letters of jagé" of Ginsberg and the company, the same ones of the Peyote of the mysterious Tarahumara, and then still and still...
actually in german the "amanita" is a symbol for good luck...especially
around new years....maybe a shaman is turning he poison turned into nectar??
great colors, wonderful collage....
Fabulous! Love the concept and the treatment. Rich, lucious earth colors always do it for me. :) V
Truly amazing work!!
When you awake from this dreams, you got the blues, you are sad - in good health though! Incredible creativity and how you pictured your fantasy is more than beautiful!
Christine P. Newman
Fantastic world of fantasy - amazing colours.