1.11.2013

Writer's Block



I'm plum out of ideas for this week's Feedback Friday...

What should we discuss???

** Okay, we have a suggestion to discuss Kate Middleton's portrait that was unveiled this week:



This portrait has received a lot of criticism...what do you think?

 




22 comments :

  1. Catherine Middleton's new portrait hanging in the national gallery (unveiled today). Lots of critics have said she looks around 50. I quite like it but the artist could have made her look a bit less butch possibly?

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    1. Great idea! I think it would be beautiful for an older woman, but she is sooo young and beautiful! It looks like she has wrinkles around her eyes!

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    2. I agree, she's very young, pregnant, she should be blooming!

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  2. I don't think it looks like her at all.

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  3. I can see her looking like that in about 40 years but it does not accurately represent the way she looks today.

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  4. I was washing dishes and came up w/ possible topics before you found one. First of all: Portrait=not good.
    My random thoughts of today:
    1. Best way to remove that fried grease smell from your home? (I made won tons. Tried lighting a cinnamon candle and now the house smells like a stale donut shop)
    2. The book "Major Pettigrew's Last Stand"-just finished it 5 stars and I am dying to discuss it.
    3. Acceptable comments to make to volunteers by the people sitting around not doing anything themselves include: "thank-you" and "how can I help". They never ever ever include the phrase "why didn't you..." Wish I was brave enough to say "step-up or shut-up".
    4. What color should I dye my hair?

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    1. Ok lots of great stuff here. Let me find that book & that can be our next one!

      Do u want to go auburn? So pretty!

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    2. I want my hair to be my color w/out the gray:)

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  5. Oh my. That's a terrible portrait and makes her look much older than she is. Wow.

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  6. I agree with all of the above ~ she looks so old......

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  7. Why is she pursing her lips? This is an amazingly beautiful woman & they have done a straight on shot of her pursing her lips?
    So could have done better!

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  8. Where is her beautiful smile and warm eyes?

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  9. It doesn't capture her essence at all. It's kind of sad actually.

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  10. She has a snarly expression and looks about 10 years older. So matronly and dated int hat top, too. why can't they afford a better painter? She's such a beautiful woman and this does her no justice at all.

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  11. Oh wow! That portrait is AWFUL! I would not be happy if I were her!

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  12. The painter didn´t like her, did he?
    Oh, and actually, I´m just dying my hair blue right now, however we got to this topic :)

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  14. That portrait is definitely not good at all. I don't think it accurately depicts her, her personality or anything. Ugh.

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  15. The more I look at this, the more I see Mckayla from the Olympics with her "not impressed" expression!

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  16. I'm not in love with the portrait but I don't hate it either. I like that it doesn't picture her like a teenaged star... I remember at the wedding thinking that she was definitely not looking twenty anymore... I'd rather have her age gracefully than trying to stay young forever. Maybe I'm being mean and I like the portrait because it makes me feel good about myself!

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