Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Wordless Wednesday!

Wishing this would happen with my own ship paintings!!! 


  1. Wed Jan 16th,
    "Morning, MaryLu."
    Well, this one is just neat and totally different !!! First thing that came to mind, was one of the Narnia movies -- where water poured out of one of the ship pictures hanging up on the wall.
    Imagine, "if" this were to really happen ..... !
    I like it ! Thanks for sharing.
    Hey MaryLu ... just 'maybe' ... a new story-line could come from your own ship painting, with water pouring out from it ???
    Sail away, sail away, sail away ...
    Take care, and, God Bless,
    In Him, Brenda

  2. Morning ladies!
    Yes, Brenda - that's exactly what I thought at first too. The Narnia movie - "Voyage of the Dawn Treader". That would be an amazing adventure - grab on to the mast and hang on! Oh the places we could go ...
    Have a great day!

  3. That is a really neat picture! I agree with Brenda and Caroline, it reminds me of the Narnia movie too!

  4. P.S. - Caroline .... thanks for putting a name to it, "Voyage of the Dawn Treader". Couldn't have told you that was the name of the movie.
    In Him, Brenda

  5. I love this picture! I have it on my Pinterest Board. I would love to own it or something like it. I could stare at it forever and dream of being at sea.

  6. Chaplain, I think I may have found it on your Pinterest Board! Anyway, yes.. I thought of the Narnia movie too. Just watched it with my hubby.

    This is one of those pictures that could really spark my creativity! Wish I had such a painting in my writing room!! Although hubby wouldn't want the seawater to ruin the new floor he just put in!! LOL

  7. It's a painting within a painting.
    Yes, like Narnia, but at the same time it isn't.
    It's a depth of dimensions. Another world joining our world.

    Shelby Z.

  8. I agree with shelby: it reminded me of the scene in the Voyage of the Dawn Treader, where Edmund, Lucy, and their cousin Eustace is transported through the painting back into Narnia.