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The Tenant of Highcliff Manor.

By Tooma
ONE FROM MO.

"High on a windy cliff stands the imposing Highcliff Manor. What draws its latest tenant, Miss Harriet MacDuff, out onto the edge on this cold dark blustery night? Is it the danger within, or does something unseen outside along the cliff-top beckon to her?".
MO.

Tags: Digital art Imagination Portraits and people Mo

Voters: Saastad, taggart, newbe2 and 19 more

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8 Jul 2019 1:08AM
Good artistic work!

Arne

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taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
8 Jul 2019 1:10AM
Hmmmm--either way, having a good hiding place in mind and your own sword or dagger might be good ideas

'course, you may not need the weapon-- just shriek, and the danger will disolve!
8 Jul 2019 1:39AM
Interesting shot
mac Plus
18 3 Scotland
8 Jul 2019 10:25AM
An awful lot of work has gone into producing this image, so top marks for effort!
Ian
bluesandtwos 10 406 1 England
8 Jul 2019 11:15AM
She's just spotted the naturist beach. Smile

Sorry, what I really meant to say was This is great!

Dave
BobinAus Plus
4 2 10 Australia
8 Jul 2019 11:19AM
Perhaps she's on a desperate quest to obtain more belladonna from Macbeth?
Sorry it's taken me all day to comment but I've had to put in some serious research on this one. It transpires that this finely caught moment captures the aftermath of the infamous encounter between Lucy Westenra and the first Mrs Rochester. They were both attending a Gothic Spa Day at the exclusive Windy Ridge Towers Hotel situated in romantic rolling acres of industrial slurry on the outskirts of Ghoul. It transpires that Mrs Rochester committed an unwitting social faux pas when she suggested that Lucy might like the steak with garlic whereupon the enraged Miss Westenra lamped her. This fine portrait captures the moment immediately after Mrs Rochester responded by nutting her with the well practised combination of brutality and refinement required of well bread young ladies of the time. It was first exhibited at the Humberside Academy des Beaux Arts under the title ‘Rochester’s Revenge’ but is now more popularly known as ‘The Glasgow Kiss’. The pre-eminent art critic of the time, Sir Joshua Fabulosa, gazed at it in wonder and demanded that it be awarded the prestigious Ericsamson Gong de Jour.
Tooma Plus
3 1.9k 2 Scotland
8 Jul 2019 11:58PM

Cheese and Crackers! I've spilled my tea! What a horrid and unseemly tale. I assure you that I (Mo) had NO idea about all the ins and outs of this lurid event. I never was good at history. Thank goodness I am well bred enough to have smelling salts right beside my fainting couch.



Quote:Sorry it's taken me all day to comment but I've had to put in some serious research on this one. It transpires that this finely caught moment captures the aftermath of the infamous encounter between Lucy Westenra and the first Mrs Rochester. They were both attending a Gothic Spa Day at the exclusive Windy Ridge Towers Hotel situated in romantic rolling acres of industrial slurry on the outskirts of Ghoul. It transpires that Mrs Rochester committed an unwitting social faux pas when she suggested that Lucy might like the steak with garlic whereupon the enraged Miss Westenra lamped her. This fine portrait captures the moment immediately after Mrs Rochester responded by nutting her with the well practised combination of brutality and refinement required of well bread young ladies of the time. It was first exhibited at the Humberside Academy des Beaux Arts under the title ‘Rochester’s Revenge’ but is now more popularly known as ‘The Glasgow Kiss’. The pre-eminent art critic of the time, Sir Joshua Fabulosa, gazed at it in wonder and demanded that it be awarded the prestigious Ericsamson Gong de Jour.

11 Jul 2019 3:49AM
Superb work by MO , a very imposing image / scene , worthy of a drawcard for a movie / poster or book !!
Ian
19 Jul 2019 4:37PM
Stellar work by you and Mo Tom, can’t wait to see what you two come up with for Halloween !
Best regards walt

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