The world crumbles as you become the architect of your own dreams

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    1. BLACK EYED SUZY 28 months ago | reply

      Those vertical lines are great!!!! Good job!!

    2. E.Caves 28 months ago | reply

      You're most wonderful! Thank you Suzy!

    3. Stephanie Roberts 28 months ago | reply

      I hope it's not true. At least she seems to be 'focused.'
      Love your conceptual take, Edi, and the injection of reality in a graphic setting.

    4. Luxtra 28 months ago | reply

      I agree with !

    5. Nicki Fitz-Gerald 28 months ago | reply

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    6. E.Caves 28 months ago | reply

      thank you all very much :)
      I hope it is true. Well at least for a little while as you dream or daydream. Problems of your reality are forgotten in dreams therefore "the world crumbles" :) Glad you liked the graphic nature and reality in the image.
      thanks Nicki, I'm honored!

    7. Stephanie Roberts 28 months ago | reply

      Oh...now I hadn't read it that way, Edi. I thought it meant that the world falls apart when you try to build your dreams. I must be a pessimist. You opened my eyes! :)

    8. Deb Evans Braun 28 months ago | reply

      I'm really captivated by that pull between outer reality and inner life. The bw heightens that for me. I'm completely enamored of this, Edi.

    9. E.Caves 27 months ago | reply

      :)
      I'm really glad the BW works for you Deb :) Thank you much :)
      (Sorry for the trady reply)

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