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Lighthouse Way Painting-Time Investment

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Dr. Murad Abel The painting Lighthouse Way is an amateur production. Painting is a skill that takes considerable time to master and comes often with years of practice. In this particular case I found a picture and decided to try and copy it. It would seem that by copying a picture the quality turns out a little better than if one is trying to do something from memory alone. It allows the judging of contour and shades. At such point it is necessary to learn the techniques in brushes, strokes, and paint color. Nothing can be accomplished in a day. Water can be difficult to paint and I have tried various ways to do so. Beaches, trees, and grass seem to be fairly easy. As I watch videos and professions do their work it would seem that the subtleties of color are mixed with great care in order to get the right impression. At times it is simply a matter of quick strokes that combine with experience to produce the proper effect,

Poem: The Seaman's Catch

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The Seaman's Catch   By Dr. Murad Abel Along the blue ocean deep, The vessel’s nets do creep. Seeking scaly gold plentiful, An empty net they do pull. The captain hangs his head in despair, Since the ocean has nothing to spare. Advice the fishermen seek, Profits are nowhere near their peak. The water mermaids say, The past was your day. Close friends would be the two, If they could cure nature’s flu. Their worn faces show their fright, they cannot get the mix right.  Author: Dr. Murad Abel

Short Story: Dusk to Dusk, Ashes to Ashes

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Painting by Dr. Murad Abel Short stories have the ability to spark the imagination and lead the reader with a thought or concept to ponder. Each store is unique and became popular over the 17 th and 18 th centuries from the storytelling of the past. They made their way into magazines, books, newspapers and other printed works. The short story is designed to quickly entertain the reader while leaving a lasting impression. Short short stories, or flash fiction, has a basic structure such as the exposition (introduction), complication, climax and resolution. The difficulty with such stories is that they are so short it is hard to build a story with dynamic characters and therefore descriptions are generally brief and artistic. It isn’t easy to write a clear store within a page or two. Short stories are also known in China where they are called “smoke long” which means they are finished in about the time you smoke a cigarette. Most of the great writers like Ernest Hemingw