Title: can eruption scene be landscape?
created on 01 Jun 12

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1. hanging wrote:
 after seeing chelydra's pic and messages, my long time question has been exposed.
2. hanging wrote:
3. bluemoon wrote:
 yes! amazing PB too!
4. lesley_gene wrote:
 Yes!! I find it amazing that such beauty can be found even in the most devastated places!
5. Hazer wrote:
 Adds a lot of drama to your landscape, for sure! Well done!
6. clorophilla wrote:
 A landscape in action - great!
7. chelydra wrote:
 Thanks for the plug, but I'm still jealous... I love the way this could also be seen as a battered old tree still aglow with new life in its last broken branches...
8. mdawrcn wrote:
9. terra wrote:
 eruption of fascination:)
10. terra wrote:
 and fav already full - at 2nd of month!! :)
11. five wrote:
12. five wrote:
 cool playback too
13. priya41 wrote:
 eruption of art!!
14. AFSOUTH wrote:
 A truly grand and powerful view of landscape architectural change!
15. Qsilv wrote:
 Of course! it can be earth's core fountain... wellspring of creation... tree of life!
16. chelydra wrote:
 BEFORE i saw Q's comment, I was looking again at your picture and remembering that I read somewhere that...
17. chelydra wrote:
 ...volcanoes contribute vital minerals and things to the earth's surface, and the cheefful, benign (although still overwhelming) eruption in your pic shows that - astrologers say planets are conscious beings, and if so how to they feel when erupting?
18. hanging wrote:
 Thank you all for your sweet comments. I surely missed this community for a while.
19. hanging wrote:
 chelydra, I believe what you say "planets are conscious being" and am trying to find the answer to your question...
20. hanging wrote:
 I think they are innocent when erupting just like kids playing. (I remember you commented "playing is kid's job' before) would love to hear what everyone else think of that. :)
21. clorophilla wrote:
 I guess they fees a sense of freedom and overcoming their bundaries... surely joyous for the planet, althoug disruptive for inhabitants...
22. clorophilla wrote:
 could this pic be a remake of your own pic? http://www.thinkdraw.com/picture.php
23. methusalinka wrote:
  hi hanging now finally this venus-come-closer-night-dawn I need to add to my reply to your comment on my page.. the screen is flat.thats how it is. but them pics are not. thanks for sharing said methusalinka and add to that..what an inspiring com
24. methusalinka wrote:
 ups! it was too long my comment this time.have to learn how much space. well. in time I shall. godnat to you all on this venus-passing earth-night and dawn
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26. indigo wrote:
 Excellent pic! ^J^
27. lastcrazyhorn wrote:
 Boom! Wow. Spectacular use of colors and emotional setting.
28. evefoster wrote: