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November 14, 2008

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Terrific - like seeing it through a glass of champagne.

Um, how did you know? (Note the date: I was still celebrating!)

Beautiful--brings to mind Paul Klee and some of his pieces with darkened backgrounds. a. allara

Great photo, sweetie. When did you take it -- on the way to the Ed Ochester forum?

Paul Klee. Fish Magic. 1925. Oil and watercolor varnished. 76.8 x 98.1 cm. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA.

This is one of the paintings your photo made me think of. I realize of course it takes a little imagining to see the resemblance…the lights in your picture and their formations look like a bit like fish. Also, Klee often included architecture in his work.

Thank you Amy. The picture was a lucky strike. I'm so pleased that you like it! Stacey

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