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Amelie Karin Christina Lind

"For mother" by Amelie Karin Christina Lind

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I made the light one in watercolours for my mother's birthday. The black version was made with photoshop. I just liked them both so I had to show them :) But I guess you could say that the white one represents life and the dark one is death (water becomes gold and roots become ice... or something).

13 Sep 200645 Holliehorse
I like this a lot! The colours are amazing and the pose is quite nice too....I love horses and i love this pic.....Bye

:-) Amelie Karin Christina Lind replies: "Thank you! I ’m glad you like it. "
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'For mother':
 • Created by: :-) Amelie Karin Christina Lind
 • Copyright: ©Amelie Karin Christina Lind. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Creature, Death, Life
 • Categories: Angels, Religious, Spiritual, Holy, Ghosts, Ghouls, Aparitions
 • Techniques: Watercolour, Computer Program
 • Submitted: 2006-01-16 11:33:10
 • Views: 540
 • Resolution: 536x700

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