Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Wordless Wednesday!

Transported through time!


  1. Reminds me of the Maritime Heritage Festival of the third weekend in August! Transport through time to get a wee bit of history what life was like on a ship!

  2. Wed Jan 3rd,
    "Morning, MaryLu."
    Wow ... this is an old one ! Love the dated authenticity of it !!! Very nice !
    Thanks for sharing.
    Hope all is well.
    Take care, and, God Bless,
    In Him, Brenda Hurley

  3. Looks like pirates are sacking New York! ;-)

  4. Boy! A lot of thoughts go through my head when I look at this picture. The artist did a great job capturing the imagination. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Are those the World Trade Centers in the background? If so, this picture makes me sad.

  6. Hello everyone! I have no idea where this place is. It does look like New York, doesn't it? I just thought it was cool to have the old and the new right there in the same picture. Yikes. I'm sorry if the picture upset anywone. I didn't realize those were the twin towers.
    I immediately thought of a cool time travel story when I saw it! And yes.. traveling through town to sack New York!
    That Maritime Heritage Festival sounds like mine kind of event, Tracy!
    Hugs all!

  7. This is really cool. I love it! I like the old ships with the backdrop of some modern city. . . I think it's New York City. Awesome!

  8. Oh, this looks like something that could have been in the movie "Kate & Leopold" :) :) :) Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

  9. Kate and Leopold.. one of my favorite movies!!

  10. LOVE it!
    And this is a painting?
    I have a trouble with painting...I can't paint a page one color and have it be nice!
    No wonder artists get paid so much! =D
    I just saw Kate and Leopold this summer. It was cute. I love the part when she tells him off about having to push the toast down twice. lol
    Oh really. I didn't notice it was NY. When I was little, my aunt gave me post cards. They were so beautiful, I loved them. Huge bright lights on two tall buildings standing next to each other. I would sit and stare at them. Tape them to the wall. Imagine a life involving them. I was a little girl...all my creativity was used up then. The postcard pictures were taken and given to me before 9/11. It was weird looking at those post cards again...
    -Rebekkah xD

  11. Yes, Rebekkah, I believe this is a painting. And yes, good painters deserve their pay. I used to oil paint and it's not easy!

  12. Did you paint ships too?

  13. I painted mostly ocean scenes, although I do have one ship.. I wasn't very good. LOL