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Dirty Windows

Lately have you seen something interesting on what you would normally not take a good look at? This came on an email. If you have seen them already, what did you think? If you haven't, have fun exploring these dirty windows.













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Anonymous said…
OMG that's talent. I should hire them to soy car windows. All of them. LOL Mahalo for sharing.
i beati said…
when talent was handed out,I must have been late coming to class wow sandy said…
TThat's why they can't talk crap about people who slack... how else can you discover a talent like that if not for too much free time? haha!
Hootin' Anni said…
Oh my gosh....that's all so amazing!!

Mine are posted...funny as they may be perhaps, I dunno. Hope you can stop by for a visit today! HERE they ARE And you'll need to scroll down below my Thursday Thunks Meme answers to find my 13 list!!
Janet said…
That is simply amazing!
CountryDew said…
Wow. That's pretty incredible. Thanks for sharing.
Unknown said…
Genius. Thanks for showing us this. Happy T13!
colleen said…
He's very talented but like sand art, it washes away with the rain. He can't get too attached to his traveling art.
Kimberly said…
Oh wow that is so cool. I'd love to come out and see my windshield like that. :) Happy TT. Mine's up at
soleil said…
wow. i especially like the one of the girl with the pearl earring.
Journeywoman said…
That's Really neat! Thanks for sharing!
I am Harriet said…
My windows are a mess thanks to the melting snow...

Have a great Thursday!
Norma said…
Certainly saves on supplies.
COOL! I like that he's willing to devote so much time to something that's ultimately going to be erased. That's what art's about.

I think. Maybe. I still prefer my art to be a bit more permanent.
Amanda Moore said…
wow how awesome would it be to have my windows done like that.... super cool!
kandyblossom said…
What a fun list!

Happy TT!
storyteller said…
What varied and images on these windows ... great idea for T-13! Thanks for sharing ;-)
Hugs and blessings,
Sacred Ruminations
Anya said…
NEVER seen before
I go wash never my windows
I go also made a painting .... LOL
Janet said…
Isn't that so amazing!

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