Description: The Lion in Winter© Rodeorose, 2012
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All original work.
(Have been watching some of the clips on youtube of the 1968 original...anyone remember that apart from me? Of course Lions don;t generally hang out in the snow... but this one does... freezing here in Melbourne this Winter!!)
Posted by oldgal on October 09, 2012
I love that face !!!
Posted by lucindawalter on September 15, 2012
Posted by charl3n3 on August 28, 2012
I love his expression. So wise and so deep.
Posted by kmooreart on August 18, 2012
Posted by rlroca on August 07, 2012
Love the feel here Rosie.
Posted by vigor on August 01, 2012
Posted by spadecaller on July 23, 2012
Just superb work, Rosie. Congratulations! I chose your image for feature in the Friends group. Go to the July 2012 Friends Feature Chain forum at http://groups.bluecanvas.com/Friends/forum/post/2845 and post your image. Then post your choice for the next feature. Thank you!
Posted by rodeorose on July 23, 2012
Thanks so much Matthew!!!!
Posted by jaytaylor on July 18, 2012
Oh my, Rose - this is just breathtakingly gorgeous :o)
Posted by rodeorose on July 18, 2012
Jay I have missed you! I am soooooo happy you are back :)
...that happy I forgot to thank-you for the great comments xxx
Posted by danielzollinger on July 14, 2012
Posted by bernsgilnamurphy on July 13, 2012
I chose your work for feature in the BLUE FRIDAY LOUNGE… It is my pleasure to invite you to go to this link, at http://groups.bluecanvas.com/BLUE/forum/post/2827
And post your work, and then make your own selection, and notify the Artist of their Feature, while also inviting them to keep the ball rolling… and pay-it-forward… just like this!
Posted by rodeorose on July 13, 2012
THANKS SO MUCH BERNS!
Posted by susanweller on July 06, 2012
Fantastic image! Love the movie too!
Posted by paulaayers on July 06, 2012
Elegance and beauty to this majestic creature. You need a whole series of "Majesty in the Snow"
Posted by iamjen on July 06, 2012
Gorgeous work, Rose!
Posted by elizabethcolvin on July 04, 2012
Ever since seeing the movie ' The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe ' based on the novel by C.S. Luis , I have come to love lions. Your picture is a glowing tribute to the majesty of Lions.
Posted by lorilee on July 02, 2012
B E A U T I F U L
Posted by oldgal on July 01, 2012
A tough lion.......a true king of kings....
Posted by lbutterworth on July 01, 2012
INCREDIBLY FINE ROSIE
Posted by momot on June 30, 2012
Oh love THIS lion & THAT old good film, too!!! His Majesty Peter O'Toole!!! And K. Hepburn!!! Thanks for reminding us that masterpiece....
Posted by jannina on June 30, 2012
What a handsome devil! Congratulations on your feature, Rosie :)
Posted by ninafosdick on June 30, 2012
Gorgeous work..such a regal lion
Posted by josiejackson on June 30, 2012
Excellent title and beautiful processing Rosie, reminds me of the "Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe",excellent lighting as always. Congratulations and well done on your well deserved feature :o)x
Posted by frederiqueroy70 on June 29, 2012
Congratulations on your MDS feature!
Posted by wardvanhaute on June 29, 2012
congrats on your feature my friend. A beautiful piece
Posted by naross on June 29, 2012
A masterpiece, Rosie! He's a beautiful boy. Congrats on you much-deserved feature :D
Posted by jethro61 on June 29, 2012
Many Congrats Rosie on your feature!
Posted by lordtemplar on June 29, 2012
Congratulations Your Work has been Featured by Manic-Depressives and Supporters. Come to the BLUE Friday Lounge, which starts at 11 pm Melbourne time or 9 am New York time, and show off your special work. http://groups.bluecanvas.com/BLUE/forum/post/2794
Posted by rodeorose on June 29, 2012
Chris- THANKS SO MUCH my dear friend...see you in the Lounge shortly!! xxx
Posted by laureenwarrington on June 28, 2012
An unusual sight! you always find a moment of such elegance Rosie!
Posted by sharonmau on June 28, 2012
. . lovely work Rosie ♥
Posted by w1ldestimaginati0n on June 28, 2012
Aslan of course the adventure unfolds!
Posted by lor on June 28, 2012
Ooooh, how gorgeous, Rosie...Love the falling snow...
Posted by annhorn on June 27, 2012
He is so handsome and looks so serene, Rosie. Wonderful work!
Posted by swanthief on June 27, 2012
A beautiful work Rosie -- soft and peaceful!
Posted by frederiqueroy70 on June 26, 2012
At least he looks cozy in your image, if not in real life... I know I saw the film,, but it is a murky memory....
Posted by eitan on June 26, 2012
I agree with Lianne, just that he doesn't seems to look like Peter O'tool. I think he looks much better!! :-)))
If he only had Peters' blue eyes he will look great! :-))
Posted by rodeorose on June 27, 2012
Well Eitan- I will have to see about a blue0-eyed lion just for you one day ;)
Thanks so much for your great support xx
Posted by bernsgilnamurphy on June 27, 2012
I'm a blue eyed Lion! This is so beautiful Rose!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
How about a shot of you Berns then, that I can straddle over one of my Lions... just like a Quan Yin!!???Please??
LoL! Ciara has nicer blues...not as dark, but shes not a lion..darn!
Posted by jethro61 on June 26, 2012
Great piece Rosie! This is how I feel sometimes in Winter in western NY! =))
We don't get snow in Melbourne, but I think it might actually warm us up sometimes;P- thanks Jethro!
Posted by pepesel on June 26, 2012
Posted by aashton on June 26, 2012
This also makes me think of the Series of the The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Great work, Rosie!
Posted by johnrivera on June 26, 2012
Posted by ramonfernandez on June 26, 2012
Wow! Rosie this is exquisite. The treatment is superb. So majestic
Posted by lianne on June 26, 2012
One of my favorite movies of all time starring two of the most talented actors in the history of film. I have this movie on videotape and CD as well and when I'm in the mood for incredible acting and accurate history I often put it in....Now to the image which is as always so fabulously done Rosie. Again - summer or winter, you take me into the soul and spirit of these magnificent and majestic animals. I think Henry II AND Peter O'Toole could have done no better than to have this image represent them! Just stunning work my dear friend. xoxoxox
Posted by michaelfrank on June 26, 2012
Beautiful image... the original movie was fantastic, one of my all-time favorites. Glenn Close and Patrick Stewart did a re-make in the nineties that was eminently unwatchable and cardboard-stiff. There's really no way the original could be improved.
Posted by w1ldestimaginati0n on June 26, 2012
What no wardrobe Rodeo ~ Love the fina draft as real character of Kingship
Posted by anisja on June 26, 2012
Beautiful as always.
Posted by rodeorose on June 26, 2012
Hey Anisja!!!!! I saw someone faving your work today and had pangs of missing you- so wonderful to see you XXX
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