Saturday, October 13, 2007

Nelson's 10 - Id Sa'id!

Firstly, I would like to wish all of you celebrating the breaking of the fast of Ramadan this weekend much joy as you meet with friends and family at this special time.May your hearts be set upon loving each other, your neighbours and those across the world who are your fellow man whatever their caste , creed or nationality. May this be a time of Holiness, forgiveness and humility .

Today you can see for the first time the entire picture area.Work on the paving has been laborious and slow.But I'm proud of the little pigeons down there..what are they looking at?..there are more pigeons to put in..they're looking in the same direction too.The final figure is the reason I wanted to portray this scene...stay tuned for the final few days on this one!


Jonice said...

I loved your wise and sweet words for the ones celebrating the breaking of Ramadan's fast.
And I loved Julie's work, too. Thank you for bearing witness on such good things, Niall!
This scene is riveting in every detail besides the little pigeons. Staying tuned is something I don't even think of forgoing... :)
And thank you so much for your marvelous words in my blog, dear friend!

Devil Mood said...

wow, it's amazing how you can simply insert pigeons wherever you want.
Are people the most difficult things to create?

Niall said...

Jonice...I meant every word.

DM...I haven't laughed so much in ages!!!!!!I'm now wondering where else to insert the pigeons! :-))

Bob-kat said...

This picture is very much a snap shot of life. There is so much going on! I love the pigeons and I can't wait to see what is catching their attention. It must be someone feeding them, but who?

Thanks for your kind words on my blog. Upwards and onwards as they say!

Niall said...

BK..ahha!..I guess it is inevitable given the place and the pigeons!I truely would not like to live in London, but love the vibrancy and anonmynity.
As for your blog..your resilience astounds me..please take care of yourself!

Devil Mood said...

When I read my comment again, it did sound a lot funnier!