A Thirty-Seven Year Old Idea

Two old scholars, working together on an idea that has eluded them for thirty-seven years, notice it is a delightful day and decide not to waste a moment of it. They take their notes and computers outside, sit along the garden wall, and keep working, allowing the idea to be warmed over by the spring sun.

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6 Responses to A Thirty-Seven Year Old Idea

  1. Linda says:

    Gorgeous colors! Good luck to the scholars.

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  2. Your poem and painting are a perfect pair

    Liked by 2 people

  3. tprevey says:

    The colors, light and shadows contribute beautifully to the morning feel of this painting.

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