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Great Royaldevon 2014-04-16 13:50

Hello Craig,

I have never heard of Mid-drift T shirts, nor Jocks. I'm sure I have worked out the meaning of the first but am not 100% sure of the meaning of Jock!!

It is a fine daily life scene, with lots of details about the people, the way of life and the environment. For me, it is the positioning of the bike that takes it forward, into an artistic creation. It is not necessary to the activity but it is the stationery object, with its contrasting shapes and its ability to give definition to the otherwise empty space, that makes it so important.

My warm regards,
Bev :-)

Old 04-16-2014, 10:11 PM
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Hi Bev
thanks for the fine critique, you always put alot of thought into them

You said you aren't familiar with the term Jock.
i guess it shows the cultural differences eh!

You know those guys in highschool who were always good in sports, on the school football team.....the dumb stupid guy but who excells in sports.....THAT is a jock!

In the 80's jocks wore those middrift tshirts to show off there ab muscles.

So in my note i was poking fun how this man with the large belly is strangely wearing the mid drift shirt and he's certainly no jock!

Thanks again
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