Working with some of the more disturbing images I have.

Anna Aspnes
ArtsyKardz Ambages
ArtPlay Palette Ambages
ArtPlay Palette Wish
ArtPlay Palette Yule
Trees No. 4
Trees No. 5
FotoGlow Mix No. 2
MultiMedia Hearts No. 2

Rachel Jefferies
Stitching MM3 (May 2019)
Stitched Stacks No. 1
Basic Whites No. 1
Silent Battles Grief
Be Kind

Brothers three.
In the long, dark hall they stood, looking at the many mahogany framed portraits on the wall. Each face barely lit by a single overhead light. Names and dates engraved on tiny bronze plates affixed in precisely the same spot on the antique frames, a little right of center.

“Do you know who these people are?” their grandfather asked. Their brown eyes fixed on him, they nodded indicating their understanding of the portraits. “Good!” he said. “Then you know the responsibility that lies on your shoulders. Again, they nodded. The youngest looking to his brothers for reassurance.

While his grandfather went on about their responsibilities, the oldest glanced outside the leaded window at the end of the hall, his attention wandering to the path that ended at the lake and the twin trees at its eastern edge.

His thoughts were interrupted by the sound of his grandfather’s sharp tongue saying his name. “Gage, Gage! Are you paying attention, it’s your turn to go to the lake tonight. Gage gave a slight shake of his head, saying, “Yes, sir.” But now he was thinking about the piece of paper he found wedged between some rocks the last time it was his turn. It was a short poem so it was easily remembered ... “Walls have ears. Doors have eyes. Trees have voices. Beasts tell lies. Beware the rain. Beware the snow. Beware the man you think you know.”

Poem is by Catherine Fisher.
Designer(s) Used:
  1. Anna Aspnes
  2. Rachel Jefferies
Congratulations! Love your blending and double exposures. The muted colors give additional heritage vibes. A very intriguing story line-seems as if a mystery is about to unfold
Wow... I love the poem... and I love how you tell the story... totally captivating... and I would lvoe to know more! a lot has been said about your blending, so I will just say it again - wow!
I'm not sure how I missed this one, Adryane, but it's incredible. Amazing journaling and poem. Your composition is awesome, as is the layering and blending. Congrats on the well-deserved Standing O! ♥

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