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Fractal Chess Set BoardMy Lover Stands on Golden Sandsblack and pewter
My Lover Stands on Golden Sands
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Description: The title is a reference to an old song from the 60s.
Another piece created by chance in MBF. It made me think of old sailing vessels on a rough sea. Sailors hanging on, reminding themselves that there's someone waiting at home.
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Posted by: Gregoryno6 December 12, 2014, 10:44:58 PM

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December 12, 2014, 10:51:40 PM
There's a story behind this one. Kind of a long story, so don't feel bad about skipping through until you find this pic in the text. Then jump up to the paragraph that starts with "Musica Viva is Australia's oldest independent professional performing arts organisation..."
https://gregoryno6.wordpress.com/2014/11/30/there-are-times-when-every-day-is-a-ham-sandwich-day-but-then/

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