Close-ups of Donald Trumps's skin? Jx
Oog. Whatever have you been drinking?
Cranberry Sauce mixed with mustard, grape jelly, ketchup, avacado/mustard, and mint jelly, respectively!Did I win yet?
No. You did not. And see my reply to Jon.
No 1 is an angel.No 2 is a horse.No 3 is my mother lying in a pool of blood after I killed her andOf the final semi-detached ones, the left is testicles and the right is a relief map of Lundy Island.I'm not very good at this, am I?
Oh, I don't know? Look what Jon and LẌ came up with.(Psst! About number 3 - I've got a big roll of that really absorbent kitchen roll if you need to clean up?)
marbleized colors? xoxo
Dinah's right. I don't know that there could be a more correct answer even though there shouldn't be any incorrect ones (apart from Jon and LẌ's, that is).
Sav wins another prize!
I've only just posted Savvy's Tin Foil Hat prize (last week) - by the time I get around to posting another, she'll have forgotten what it was for!
Actually I've won. When I wiped up the 'spill' it looked exactly like no 3. Marbleized. That's what I shall tell the police.
Oh, in that case, you'll probably get away with a light telling off, and having the crime scene displayed in the Tate Modern.
My first impressions:1. Melted strawberry and banana ice cream. Perfect for slurping on a hot day...or any day. Yum.2. Mango and Grape jam mixed and ready to be smeared on a scone.3. Cherry jam in lemon pudding.4. Left: Banana and Pistachio ice cream blend. Right: Passion fruit, vanilla, and banana ice cream blend.In case you can't tell, I'm in the mood for ice cream and pudding and jam.
Slurping, and smearing, and... STOP! You're making me come over all unnecessary. Don't make me find that photo of you (barely) covered in ice-cream!
"Cowboy in cream" would be a good title.
There goes my imagination again.Thanks, Mago!
I saw cells. Especially picture number two. Cells taken from something, made grow, coloured. What you put under a microscope on the little glass plate / "Objektträger". Or better between those two glass plates when you use an old fashioned microscope. Or cuts through cells or tissue. Something biological, in any case.Having read Savannah's comment I can recognise it as "Marmorpapier" that is used as "Vorsatzpapier" in bookbinding. I saw tons of it when I worked in the bookmines. But of course there it was more in patterns - you do not want to scare the customers, do you ?
Ah, yes. I see those veins and vessels, too. Filled with the microscopic building blocks of whatever found itself under the gaze of the microscope.Scare the customers? No, definitely not.* uncrosses fingers *
If so, mind you don't get your Bussard collectors clogged up!
Cover artwork for your next tome "Memories from my Mothers womb?...
Actually, its from "Hello Again Dinner!" the story of an ill-advised night out!
Tickle my fancy, why don't you?