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I’m Late! #ThursdayDoors

 I’m late, I’m late, I hope the doors train can wait! 

I found this special lady while shopping in Boquete today and thought she would make a nice contribution to Thursday Doors, hosted by Dan at No Facilities



Stay warm and safe everyone.

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  1. You are never late! You could always slip this to me at the bar. We take doors through noon Saturday. This one is delightful. Amidst all that is gloomy, this is cheerful.

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    1. Thanks Dan. I’ll be busy slipping you that Corona under the fiberglass though. šŸ˜‰ She does inspire a feeling of fluidity and ease doesn’t she? We all need some of that.

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  2. You are always worth waiting for. I admire the talent of someone who can take something ordinary and make it extraordinary!

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    1. Awww thanks Pam. I appreciate your kind words. I see magic in the ordinary. šŸ˜‰

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  3. She is pretty. Good find, Cheryl!

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  4. One of the 25 reasons it is okay not to have neighborhood committee decide decorating guidelines. Beautiful.

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    1. I know, right? And this in the middle of downtown Boquete. šŸ™‚

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  5. And quite a striking Lady she is. I like how the water was painted with an illusion of depth.

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  6. Hi. So nice to see you. If you are speaking of the ‘lines’, those are just shadows from the power lines, but the fluidity of her form does imply the water depths. There are a lot of street artists here, I’m thinking but I don’t know how many or if only one does it all. Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment. šŸ™‚

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