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    simple yellow bowl

    Don't get much time to turn lately, but did squeeze this one in a few weeks ago. Maple dyed yellow.Click image for larger version. 

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    It is a good looking bowl. I like it.
    Chinese Proverb: Man who eats many prunes gets good run for the money.

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    You haven't lost your touch.

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    Simple but sweet! Good looking bowl!

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    Good looking bowl, Stephen!!! As you said, simple. But simple is nice. Simple is good. Simple sells.

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    I disagree, lets go with "deceptively simple" because there's a lot going on there in the details if you look at it for a bit

    I like your treatment of the rim, it just works on a bunch of levels.
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    i like the foot and the richness of the dye job!!
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    Thanks all.I've got a few ruff outs that are dry if i could only find the time to do something with them

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    Well Stephen you hit it out the park for me. My favorite color is yellow and the way you dyed the wood is great. I like the shape very much.
    cheers

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