|"The Lovers' Boat" Albert Pinkham Ryder 1881|
Welcome to the 13th "Play it Again, Toads!" where we revisit the archived challenges of this Imaginary Garden. Choose your own from the archives on the sidebar (2011-2015) or select from three I have highlighted below.
You may use images I offer here - if so, please use the photo with an archived challenge. These images are from the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington D.C. I took them with my iPhone - but I hope you might get some inspiration from them. If you want to see these images more clearly, click HERE for wikiart.org, search by painting name, and click on the image to enlarge on your screen.
I googled "The Lovers' Boat and I did not find one as red as mine, so maybe I accidentally used a flash. I don't ever have it on, so I am not sure if the color is off on mine or the few I saw on the internet. It really is not an easy image to find - but I will leave it as is as I think it is a bit intriguing this way.
1) Imagined by Kerry - Wednesday Challenge - Write a flowery poem in a non-cliched way
2) Imagined by Hedgewitch - Sunday Mini-challenge - Chained Rhyme, Part Two
3) Imagined by Mama Zen - Twitter Poetry
|"Pegasus Departing" Albert Pinkham Ryder 1901|
|"Flying Dutchman" Albert Pinkham Ryder 1887|