Monday, August 23, 2010

MUCH ADO ...

Think Romeo and Juliet the first time they laid eyes on one another;lightning bolts, a heavenly choir, magic. That is what it was like for this young couple. When it's right, it's right. The stars aligned and it happened. Harmony in the universe, they have found one another. Life is good!

29 comments:

  1. Are you sure they're not from Oz?! Great find and terrific commentary!

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  2. You're getting awfully good with Photoshop. Don't tell me you found this somewhere.

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  3. I think they were made for each other!

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  4. A romantic couple, they look very happy together! What a great finder you are! :)
    Have a nice week,
    Léia
    *** the vase with beautiful plants and flowers is a plus!

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  5. Almost like American Gothic from the junkyard. I love this and want to make something....

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  6. maybe he got the girl after getting his heart. No worries she will pull it out.

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  7. There's someone for everyone, right? :)

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  8. Aw.....love CAN happen anywhere.
    I feel happy for the sweet couple.
    MB

    PS: Collages are very easy--try Picasa. I mean if I can do it anyone can. MB

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  9. After awhile, couples start to look like each other.

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  10. Ah so nice that at the end of the Yellow Brick Road there's romance for the TinMan!

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  11. I sometimes wonder where you find such magic, B Squared! But this looks like it's actually out in the middle of town.

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  12. Marvelous. Where are they from? Tin Can Alley?

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  13. They are really MADE for each other!

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  14. for me it is a work of modern art, well done

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  15. Yes, B SQUARED . You are right. You reminded me of this movie. Cocoon.

    Directed by Ron Howard. With Don Ameche, Wilford Brimley, Hume Cronyn. When a group of trespassing seniors swim in a pool containing alien cocoons, ..

    Thanks, I have added this to my post.

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  16. My son has to do Shakespear this year, and I asked him what book he is doing. He said," R and J" I asked," What R and J?"
    "Don't you know?"

    Oh my goodness. they, the youngsters couldn't even say Romeo and Juliet.

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  17. Hee hee... I wonder what brew gets them up and going in the morning? Possibly Louis' Holy Cow blend! ;o)

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  18. Great shot. They must have been out of the dating scene for some time, they look a little "rusty" don't you think.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  19. They must be in the 60's or 70's, their replacement parts are starting to show.

    Love this one, B2.

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  20. They look as happy as can be! Great couple! I'm slightly jealous ;D

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  21. Instead of 'pitter pat', their hearts went 'tinker tink'.

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  22. What a happy couple! You are good at finding unique models!:)

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  23. uh, was that a canned response?...

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  24. I do not know what I like more: the photo, great find or the text, which made me laugh. Pleasure!

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