Friday, February 16, 2007

This splendid painting was part of a wall mural near a swimming pool in a home on the house tour. Perhaps I should have posted this on Valentine's Day?!

14 comments:

Zsolt72 said...

i really like your new place very much:)And dont worry about internet access. First you have to settle down...

Oya said...

I like this very much. Intersting that it is in a house.

Jilly said...

What a beautiful painting and what a beautiful blog. You capture the wondrous colours of Mexico so beautifully. Makes me want to jump on a plane tomorrow, even tho I'm lucky enough to live in a pretty place myself.

I'm new to DP. I shall certainly be coming back to yours, Kate.


Jilly x

isabella said...

"Swimming with the fishes" -- isn't that an expression from The Sopranos ;-)))
Lovely mural!

Olivier said...

cette peinture est magnifique, elle ferait presque penser à du modigliani.
Superbe


this painting is splendid, it would almost make think of modigliani. Superb

Chris & Deb said...

That's Okay Kate....we're still eating Valentine's candy!
Lovely painting!!

Dsole said...

Oh, it's so lovely! but it's ok for today's post... yesterday I celebrated St Valentine with my partner and it was 15th! Who cares? ;)
Wish a beautiful every-St.Valentine-day!

Faye Pekas said...

This is very beautiful. There must have been some lovely homes on that tour. It does remind me of Valentines Day.

dawn said...

That is gorgeous. I really need to get to Mazatlan.

denton said...

A Saint Valentine's theme! this one is nice however I liked the Quinceañera photo the best ... You may have to think of a little Internet connection challenge as part of the local charm.

Jazzy said...

that's a beautiful mural. it seems murals follow you everywhere, i've seen so many great ones from your part(s) of the world.

have a great weekend Kate.

Annie said...

Is she a mermaid? She's quite romantic.

Gerald England said...

what can I say that other commentators haven't already said?

love it!

Helen said...

That is aweosme! I love murals!