nice interpretation, i can see that in the painting too
of course it is...smiles....
This brought a quick smile!
Indeed. The old bloke on the edge looks like an old-fashioned version of the idiot who sneaks up behind making 'bunny-ears' doesn't he?
I agree with you ~
I agree too. No wonder he has his legs crossed.
An astute interpretation of the picture.
She is a vain one. Couldn't agree more!By the way, I am amazed at the details all of you capture!
LOL...Well said! :)
A fresh interpretation of the prompt's story...
....and if I had my way you'd be cropped out entirely!
Very good and strong is she !
excellent interpretation, she looks exactly like that's what she's thinking.
Of course it is!=)
I like your take on this. I wondered why he'd even bothered to paint in the man.
Ha. I tease my teenagers they should write their autobiographies entitled "it's all about me". Ha ha.
A sentiment reinforced by the artist's cutting the second figure out of the frame... Clever Mag, Madame...
Of course he does!
I guess that's the sort of attitude a model needs. Anyone else is just scenery!
There are layers of attitude so brightly stated here, Helen. Thank you for sharing this fabulous haiku.
I'm on her side, too!!