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When Angels Emerge
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silver chariot. the wheel of the chariot is gold. it leans 5 degrees to the front. it is on the ground. 1st 3 feet wide silver sphere is 1 feet in front of the chariot and 3 feet above the ground. the ground is [night]. the ground is 510 feet tall. the axle of the chariot is gold. a 1.4 feet tall silver armadillo is -3.6 feet to the front of the chariot. it is on the ground. 2nd 4 feet wide silver sphere is 6 feet northwest of and 3 feet above the chariot. 3rd 2 feet wide silver sphere is 4 feet in front of the 2nd sphere. 4th 5 feet tall clear sphere is 1 feet in front of the armadillo and -2 feet above the ground. 1st gold 4 feet tall angel is -5 feet above the 4th sphere. it faces back. 2 orange lights are 3 inches above the angel. 5th 5.5 feet tall clear sphere is -2.5 feet right of and 3.5 feet behind the 2nd sphere. it is -1.4 feet above the ground. 2nd gold 4.5 feet tall angel is -3 feet above the 5th sphere. she leans front. 2 coral lights are -4 feet above the 5th sphere. a salmon light is 3 inches in front of and -3 feet above the 2nd angel. 3rd 3.2 feet tall gold angel is -5.3 feet to the front of and -1.9 feet above the chariot. she leans 8 degrees to the front. she faces southeast. 6 dim copper lights are -4 inches right of the 3rd angel. the camera light is dim lavender
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hedgehog1965 (2017) 
Majestic! :-)
nheiges (2017) 
Gorgeous! And I couldn't like that little armadillo-drawn chariot more.
Nanook (2017) 
Thanks, and yes armadillos deserve a place in heaven in my book after all they have sacrificed on the highways :-)
nheiges (2017) 
Awww, that's a nice thought. :-)
watcher570 (2017) 
wonderful !
KAWE (2017) 
yes wonderful
Nanook (2017) 
Thanks !
KAWE (2017) 
And when........
Could not resist

nheiges (2017) 
There are no armadillos in hell.

:-)
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