sharing tea and stories with winter

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18 thoughts on “sharing tea and stories with winter

  1. wonderful violin-shaped leaves. so nice all around!

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  2. I love this….how you show his journey…and the border effect of the leaves is wonderful

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  3. i’m in love with that little bridge – the whole drawing, actually – all your drawings, in fact! oh, what a tremendous imagination you have!

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  4. Another wonderful story from you! I really like how this is laid out, with the “map” inside of the image.

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  5. Your work is very lovely – reminds me a little of Tove Jansson’s Moomintrolls.

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  6. Autumn be comes magic by your hands and mind, Linda Sarah.
    Oh how wonderful! To live in these worlds you create…

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  7. Thank you dear Linda…glorious story and images. jan.s

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  8. Your illustration is so lovely. I would like to drink a cup of autum tea with you!

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  9. Excellent work Linda!!!!!!!

    Unique.

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  10. wow. i dont know else what to say!

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  11. I don’t know how you do it, but it seems like you’re always pushing imagination’s envelope. Winter as an entity to visit for one day??? Brilliant! Genius!! Sooooo incredibly poetic and beautiful.

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  12. Wow!! I think this is my fave so far. Love the whimsical style and the thought of sharing tea and stories.
    Love,
    Carra

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  13. That’s incredible. You’ve managed to capture the playfulness of my absolute favourite season. I love it!

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  14. A wonderful journey for tea. It seems like fall is setting off your creative muse (or are you always like this) I really wonder what sharing a cup of tea with you is like.

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  15. Linda, this is sooooo romantic filling and raining with all autumn red leaves……..adorable!

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  16. This is fantastic! Pure poetry, the words and the drawing! I’m awed by your work!

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