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Wordless Wednesday–Sea Breezes

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Artist Aleta Rafton

© Copyright Aleta Rafton

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by artist Jon Paul

© Copyright Jon Paul

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Jon Paul

© Copyright Jon Paul

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Larry Ronstat

© Copyright Larry Ronstat

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Lilif Ilane

© Copyright Lilif Ilane

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Return of the Rogue - Phil Heffernan

Return of the Rogue © Copyright Phil Heffernan

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The Charm School - MIRA Books - art by Judy York

The Charm School – MIRA Books © Copyright Judy York

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The Lady and the Dragon by artist Jon Paul

The Lady and the Dragon © Copyright Jon Paul

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Debra E. Marvin permalink
    Wednesday, January 16, 2013 4:22 pm

    Ships! I’m loving it!
    Is that last lady in her prom dress? Cos I don’t quite recognize that decade and I have some serious concerns about her bodice ripping at any moment…

    My favorite is the one copyrighted to Larry Ronstat.

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  2. Sylvia M. permalink
    Wednesday, January 16, 2013 8:21 pm

    I wasn’t quite as concerned about the woman as I was the man. I had to look twice to make sure he was wearing something at all!

    There’s something about these pictures that make me think of El Salvador and Serena. Although, Serena had dark hair I think.

    My favorite one is of the woman in purple looking out toward the ship. Do you think they just left her off or is she waiting on someone?

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    • Wednesday, January 16, 2013 8:51 pm

      Even though I’m not crazy about the yellow dress, the second from the bottom would work okay for my vision of El Salvador and Serena. I am eventually going to have to write their book one of these years.

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  3. Wednesday, January 16, 2013 8:49 pm

    Those britches are rather skin-tone, aren’t they? 😉

    The image by Larry Ronstat is one I saw a couple of months ago, and my initial (and abiding) reaction was that THAT is the cover I’d dreamed of for Ransome’s Honor without even realizing it—adjusted for Regency-era appropriate clothing, of course. Larry Ronstat has very quickly become one of my top three favorite book artists–the other two are Jon Paul and Alan Ayers.

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