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  1. I love the header...seen this layout before somewhere...where did you take it from..there are others too aren't they..cityscapes..there is hongkong and singapore..in that website..wonder which city this is..

    cool page, but isn;t it better to have just one blog...
    believe me..I tried having more than one website..never could update both at a time..
    even if I somehow managed, people never saw both of time together..

    btw does this mean you will not post art stuff on blogspot? if not then..get rid of this site.

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  2. site looks cool btw.

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  3. Hershey: THANK you!! No--it does not mean i will stop posting art work here.But that one will be exclusively for Art.In fact the blog there is also all the 'art entries' from here (they are linked).Also, if you are a multiply user, you get to hear the musi i uploaded as well--I found that cool.A brazilian artist liked my work and encouraged me to start this one.I'm really please with it--hence posted it here.

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  4. :) thank you.
    Happy easter to you and family

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  5. We dont celebrate easter--but thanks for the happy wishes!!And same to you!!

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  6. You certainly need a site for your art work it is lovely.

    The link for my blog is out of date hon. It's www.Freelancecynic.com now NOT freelancecynic.blogspot.com. Would love it you could update it, and then you too can win big :)

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  7. what? you can upload music here too... I had once...removed it quickly because it became too annoying for me to hear the same tone everytime I viewed my page...

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  8. This is so fantastic! One of these days I hope to be as brave as you and post my own art. I think that will help me to advance and to take more chances.

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  9. I was just thinking, have you ever thought about selling your art or would that make the creation process different for you?

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  10. the site is fantastic, the paintings even better and I think preety soon Preeti is going to make it big in the art universe. World may be a little small the way you improve day by day... Keep it up. Proud of you my best friend.

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  11. I love your art. I think The Kite Runner is still my favorite!

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  12. We are equal, we like photos and paintings I liked very the first photo and the stairs, very good. Congratulations!

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  13. We are equal, we like photos and paintings I liked very the first photo and the stairs, very good. Congratulations!

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