reflexiones de la abuela
Wow... interesting. I kind of like the stark quality created by the lack of color. The person in the foreground seems to be struggling -- it certainly doesn't look like s/he is finding it very easy to make the mountain move. Do the squiggles in the middle signify a crown of thorns? That's what it reminds me of. I wonder why it is there.Incidentally, I really struggle with this verse. I don't really like it.
Looks like Anonymous has found your blog :-( I've been deleting so many of these spam comments in the last few months! I re-set my comments so that I have to approve any made on posts more than 3 days old, which makes it easier to reject before they even get posted. But there's always those few who get through and I have to physically remove them. Do you know how to do that? You should see a little garbage can by each comment. Click on the one you want to delete and a box will come up allowing you to do just that.Anyway...I agree with Karen. My first thought was that the person seems struggling. Struggling with her faith? It seemed to me as if it were more of an "I think I can, I think I can" attitude like the little engine who could. I'm sure that's not what they were aiming for, but that's my initial response.Are the squigglies representing fissures in the rock? I have no idea what the items in the lower right hand corner symbolize. Again, lots of questions but at least some of it was obvious enough for even an art-challenged person like myself to "get". lol
P.S. Forgot to mention we had dinner with Mirta, Guillermo, Lorena and her husband tonight. Guillermo made a wonderful dinner (he's a chef now, you know) and absolutely gorgeous dessert (which I took photos of). Anyway, that's why I'm up and commenting so late. Just got home and I'm unwinding :-)
I think the stuff in the lower right is the sea, with saves and perhaps a rock. Isn't there one verse that says something about telling the mountain to go throw itself into the sea? That's what I thought it was.
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