Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Larger View of the Jefferson Memorial Pastel

Sorry to post this pastel of the Jefferson Memorial again but I'm trying to see if this will work to give you the option of clicking on the pastel to see it up close.

For some reason when I insert it in the middle of my post and center it the click option is disabled. I went back through my blog to see when it worked it was either centered at the beginning of the post or at the top side of the post.

I hope it works!

10 comments:

Toni said...

It works Karen. I always wondered why I couldn't click on your pictures to see if they would view larger. Hmm i wonder if mine are like that.

I have not seen this one and it is beautiful.

Toni said...

Now see If I had just gone back a post to see this pastel. Duh me. Can you tell I'm playing catch up again reading blogs.

Karen Hargett said...

LOL Toni - I've been doing that lately too - this month is really busy for me. I hadn't noticed yours doing that - they are probably OK. I had noticed it on mine but didn't take the time to figure it out until a couple of people had said something. Anyway thanks for stopping in and taking a gander ;-) glad you like this one.

dominique eichi said...

great feel on this one Karen.

Regina Calton Burchett said...

I love the misty quality of this - it's a very thoughtful piece - great job!

Karen Hargett said...

You know I thought I sure commented on your comments Dominique and Regina a couple of days ago - but they aren't here. Sorry 'bout that. That is how my days have been going though. Anyway - Thank you both!

Pattie Wall said...

It works and what a lovely rendition you did! I have seen the moon like that - you did a great job making it look so real! Your pastels are so soft!

Karen Hargett said...

Thanks Pattie - I'm so glad it looks real. When I see those moons sometimes they look rather unreal LOL. I would imagine the velour really helps my pastels to looks so soft - the paper is wonderful.

Jo Castillo said...

Karen, beautiful job on this. It is a special place.

Karen Hargett said...

Thanks Jo - your comments are always appreciated!