November 30, 2007

Still painting - day 10


I trust and sincerely hope that this is the last “painting post” – only some fine tuning still needed.

I took the same photo as “day 7”, when I left my son’s flat – this time when I arrived yesterday morning. The tower (or what you could see of it) looked this time less attractive, the sky was grey… and it was without any real regrets that I went to my painting session.

Next week, I hope to be able to make a few real posts again, but December 5 I will leave for about a week in Sweden. My old mother “requires” my presence.

I wish you a very nice weekend! I will grab my camera and will hopefully find something to tell you on Monday!

23 comments:

Mona said...

Brrrr! That picture makes me feel cold!

Peter (((HUGS))) and merry Christmas!

Jessica Camis said...

Does that mean we'll get to see Sweden pictures!? I'm sure you're tired of painting so I hope you've finished.

Ash said...

Have a nice weekend Peter!!

Olivier said...

elle est superbe cette photo de la tour eiffel sous la brouillard. j'aime beaucoup. bon weekend

lyliane said...

C'est un peu ce qu'on dû voir les parisiens lors de sa construction. Bon week end, avec ou sans peinture ?

Cergie said...

Tu t'en es bien tiré, ça pas été long. Il va falloir alors que je me retape des tartines en anglish
(Ca me fait pas de mal à mon cerveau, va, t'inquiète)
Ce que j'aime sur ta photo c'est le faux B&W et les lumières très bien venues.
A lundi alors, Pite.

alice said...

Mais tu pourrais peut-être aussi faire quelques posts suédois? Bon weekend, ne laisse pas sécher les pinceaux!

hpy said...

C'est comme ça quand on boit TROP de champagne.

hpy said...

C'est comme ça quand on boit TROP de champagne.

oldmanlincoln said...

I hope you have a "paint free" weekend. And then have a safe trip to see your mother.

Ex-Shammickite said...

So, you have been painting while I was on holiday! I hope that your duties are over by now. I will be doing the same thing soon, helping my OlderSon doing some room painting in preparation for a "happy event" Shhhhh don't tell yet!
Yes, we are back from our lovely month in Florida, thank you for sticking with my blog when I didn't have internet access to check up on everyone's blogs. We had a lovely time, I really needed that holiday. But I have come home to cold Canadian snow, and I'd like to scoot off back to the beach and the palm trees RIGHT NOW!
More Florida pictures to be posted in the next few days.

Noushy Syah said...

I knew it's horrible outside, but heyy tell you the truth that image of Eiffel Tower look nice!!

Have a nice w/end Peter...awaiting nice pics from Sweden!

p/s Bring along Abba's yea..hehhehe

Azer Mantessa said...

Have a nice weekend Peter :-)

Maxime said...

Low clouds.. Anyway, don't complain. For some years more, it's every day I have to go to work !
Have a nice painting weekend !

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi peter,
I hope you are doing fine??? OOOwww painting can be good but the end is good too!, have a good trip to SWEDEN and maybe I can make you happy ... with Paris pic's....

I Just want to let you know that: I POSTED TODAY (FRIDAY) again 3 more HUGH works of the LOUVRE on my blog, a slide- show with 34 photo's and 8 collages, also a close-up of the MONA LISA, so please watch it :)

Have a great weekend! :)

Take care:)
And thanks for visiting my blog:)

Leena said...
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Leena said...

You have children, grandchildren and mother - they make the full life with their demands and your duties, we can call it LOVE!

Have a pleasant weekend, Peter!

GMG said...

OK, "Still Painting" definitely makes sense!: it's painted, but, in particular, it's "Still"! It will take ages to get you out of painting...
Enjoy the pain(ting) weekend!

Mona said...

hope your Mom is doing good. Happy weekend Peter!

Chuckeroon said...

...so Sarko has painted out half of the Eiffel tower! What energy!

delphinium said...

Ah j'avais mis un message pourtant vendredi et il n'a pas passé. Je disais que c'était la révolution à Paris, la tour Eiffel a été guillotinnée. (je crois que c'est la peinture qui me monte à la tête). :-))

Kate said...

I like this photo very much. It shows the tower differently than ever I have seen before. The fog shrouds it in mystery, not that it needs any more publicity. It's a treasure in itself.

Ming the Merciless said...

Enjoy your visit with your mother in Sweden.