Friday, April 1, 2011

Art. A-Z April challenge.

East Side Gallery. Berlin - AWESOME!
Accomplished artists often anticipate riches using the skills they’ve accumulated over many years. They give advance alerts to devoted advocates and approach award winning art galleries to appraise their work for purchase by the aristocracy. Their often angsty work (rarely of angels) is arranged of the walls at appropriate angles to appeal to authors who will write well articulated articles which often appear in August in Australia.

Amber is an argumentative albino artist who appeared wearing azure anklets made by Ambrose. Ambrose, from Adelaide, advertises widely and absorbs the huge amounts of adulation and applause that greet him on arrival.
Amazing carved wood in Venice. I fell in love with it!


Adulations to Arlee Bird at 'Tossing It Out' and her amazing crew for hosting this awesome challenge.

Addendum:
I'd like to Add my Apologies for my recent tardiness and Appearing not to visit other blogs. I seem to be having Added difficulties in Accessing either your blogs, the comment boxes or the whole thing just stuffs up and times out. I feel a bit Aggrieved but it could be my techno Awkwardness coming in to play. Anyhow please accept my Apologies if I seem an inAdequate blog buddy.
Oh dear now I’m up to 70 words and I feel the Drabble Addiction is going to hit me Accutely and now I want to Add Additional A words. Aaaarrrggghhhhhhhh!


If a drabble is a story told in 100 words, no more and no less. What does than make 2 Drabbles?

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6 comments:

Alison Stevens said...

I love the alliteration! Nice to meet you. :)

Dafeenah said...

Alliteration in April for the Amazing Challenge! Awesome! I would say my comment is corny but we haven't got to the C's yet. I loved your use of A!!

Stopping by from the Challenge!
Dafeenah

Angela Felsted said...

Your so accomplished at all this alliterations. I am amazed.

Sandra Ulbrich Almazan said...

That's an amazing amount of "A" words! A+ for the day!

Jan Morrison said...

always at alliterations adoration,aye?
Jan Morrison

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